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Special-edition 585th Striezelmarkt mug
Alle Jahre wieder, ‘every year again’, as the famous German Christmas carol goes...
The Striezelmarkt’s Glühwein mug is just as much a part of Germany’s oldest Christmas market as Schwibbogen candle arches, Stollen fruit bread, and Pflaumentoffel prune figures.
And a new range of the popular special edition is also available to commemorate the 585th Dresden Striezelmarkt – limited to 585 collector mugs.
As was similarly the case last year, the design of the new special-edition mug is based on that of the 2019 Striezelmarkt mug,and the special-edition mugs are once again adorned with various gold-plated relief elements, as well as individually painted numbers, along with the year. So even the new mugs are genuine unique pieces!
A very special coin
The Striezelmarkt has its own currency which enables cashless payment at Dresden’s oldest Christmas market: the Striezeltaler coin. For 10 euros, you will receive 11 shiny silver coins that can be redeemed at all stalls and rides at the Striezelmarkt. One Taler is equivalent to one euro, meaning you get one free! To pre-order or obtain further information, contact Dresden Information’s Service Centre by email, or telephone.
You can get your Striezeltaler coin in this Dresden Information branches:
- QF-Passage at Frauenkirche church, Neumarkt 2
- main station
- Information branch at the Striezelmarkt
A Striezelmarkt gift idea
The Striezeltaler coin is a wonderful way to bring family, friends, staff or business partners some pre-Christmas cheer. So why not gift them a little piece of the Striezelmarkt – whether as a little something for their Christmas stocking, for the joint company outing, for passionate collectors, or because you simply want to do a bit of ‘striezeling’ yourself.
Your Striezeltaler coins are packaged individually – reflecting the individual nature of the gifting occasion itself. They come hand-packed in small bags, in a stylish envelope, or – for collectors – as single-coin 2019 editions and collector editions from 2014 to 2018.