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THE CHRIST CHILD

In Innsbruck, it is the ‘Christkindl’ – the Christ Child – that visits, not Father Christmas.Keeping up traditions is very important here. So, every year on a Sunday before Christmas, a Christkindl procession takes place. Accompanied by shepherds, angels, sheep and more than 500 children, the Christ Child makes his way through Maria-Theresien-Strasse to the Landestheater in his magnificent carriage. On the square in front of the State Theatre, everybody joins in singing “Silent Night”.
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CHRIST CHILD PROCESSION
17/12/2017, 5 p.m.
Maria-Theresien-Strasse up to Landestheater

Accompanied by shepherds, angels, sheep and more than 600 children, the Christ Child in his magnificent carriage parades through Maria-Theresien-Strasse to the Landestheater.