Christmas cheer

Updated: Dec 21, 2012 21:12 IST

Bosnian children talk to Santa Claus at a Christmas market in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. With its religiously mixed, but predominantly Muslim and atheist population, Sarajevo does not have a tradition of Christmas markets. But for the second year running, Sarajevo authorities have decided to set up a holiday market in the city centre to cheer up the atmosphere ahead of the New Year, one holiday nearly everyone in the country celebrates. AP/Amel Emric
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Bosnian children talk to Santa Claus at a Christmas market in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. With its religiously mixed, but predominantly Muslim and atheist population, Sarajevo does not have a tradition of Christmas markets. But for the second year running, Sarajevo authorities have decided to set up a holiday market in the city centre to cheer up the atmosphere ahead of the New Year, one holiday nearly everyone in the country celebrates. AP/Amel Emric

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