Traditional Charity Christmas Bazaar returns to Stará Tržnica

The Bazaar provides a unique opportunity for countries to introduce themselves to the local community.

Christmas Bazaar 2008, Old Market HallChristmas Bazaar 2008, Old Market Hall (Source: Sme)

The traditional Charity Christmas Bazaar organised by the expat and diplomatic community in Slovakia will take place in Bratislava’s Old Market Hall for the 28th time on Sunday, November 24. Attended by over 3,000 people, this annual event is the ideal place to go to sample food and culture from 39 countries and foreign regions, as well as the chance to bid on a variety of different items in the Silent Auction.

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The event organised by the International Women's Club of Bratislava (IWCB), in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Bratislava Municipality and the diplomatic community, will start at 10:00 and will last until 17:00.

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