epa03157273 Kerstin Hanusch, wearing a Sorbian traditional costume, is one of 30 participants of the 15th Sorbian Easter Egg Market in Schleife, Germany, 24 March 2012. There are four techniques of designing Easter eggs - wa-batik, wax-embossment, scratching and etching - are presented to the public until 25 March 2012. EPA/MATTHIAS HIEKEL
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