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From "good luck grapes" to yodeling, New Year's in Europe comes with its own idiosyncratic traditions.
In German-speaking parts of the Holy Roman Empire during the 14th century, the first “Christmas markets” started to develop out of the long-established tradition of winter food markets.
Photographer Paul Koudounaris has documented the spooky tradition of holy bones decoration in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
“I doubt there’s a synagogue in the US that doesn’t think seriously about security.”
"Our Dear Lord in the Attic" church was built to serve persecuted Catholics.
Oberammerguau, a tiny city in Bavaria, has been staging the Passion of Christ every decade for the past 380 years.
Even those who remain unaffiliated show greater faith tendancies than Western European Christians.
Ireland and Albania are the only countries to offer help to take in refugees.
These "hunger stones" have long been the heralds of a poor harvest.
It’s home to 21 monks who spend their days praying, studying and making wine.