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Ethnic Sorbian Heidemarie Hoeft, wearing a traditional Upper Lusatian folk dress and black headdress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech.

Sorbians Prepare For Easter

Ethnic Sorbian Heidemarie Hoeft, wearing a traditional Upper Lusatian folk dress and black headdress, paints an Easter egg in traditional Sorbian motives at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech.

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