The fabulous Hungarian Gingerbread Village will be open to the public next weekend at Vácrátót, within the framework of the advent event Christmas for Everyone.
For the first time this year, besides gingerbread houses, Santa Claus’s chocolate factory has also been created, along with some wonders of the world. Additionally, the maquette also vivifies the story of Hansel and Gretel – commented by the Mayor, László Spiegelhalter.
In the gingerbread village, such Holy Land attractions can be viewed as the Temple of King Solomon.
The Mayor also revealed that the locals prepared the buildings and components of the Hungarian Gingerbread Village in the last three weeks, made of 50 kilograms of flour, 15 kilograms of honey, 40 kilograms of sugar and 250 eggs. As turizmus.com reports, the special figures will be offered for sale to support the local kindergarten.
The Hungarian gingerbread village can be viewed in the local parish, from 13th until 15th December.