The traditional Charity Christmas Bazaar attracted people to the market hall

You can still enjoy the atmosphere through the pictures.

(Source: Jaroslav Novák, TASR)

The traditional Charity Christmas Bazaar organised by the expat and diplomatic community in Slovakia, took place in Bratislava’s Old Market Hall for 27th time.

In the past 26 years, the International Women’s Club of Bratislava (IWCB) Charity Christmas Bazaar has raised over €1 million, helping hundreds of charities across the country, as IWCB informed on its website.

The Christmas Bazaar provides a unique opportunity for countries to introduce themselves to the local community through vibrant and informative stalls. The event comes alive with colourful national costumes, a vast array of international products, delicious flavours, enticing scents and a spectacular display of flags.

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