Eat gherkin with a Lutki in Spreewald

I arrived on a sunny morning excited to discover the land of the gherkin. I was a bit disappointed not to be greeted at the train station by gherkin food trucks, but paintings of traditional scenes that covered the walls of the station were enough to whet the appetite.

Like many parts of Germany, the heavily forested Spreewald is home to many legends and superstitions. One of the central characters of Spreewald myth are Lutki, dwarves who help the good and make fools of the bad.

Source: The Spreewald, spiritual home of the gherkin | notesfromcamelidcountry

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Spreewald, Germany (Photo: Hoang Minh Thao Mai)

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