Onion market festival held in Bern, Switzerland

By Agenceis Source:Xinhua Published: 2018/11/27 9:25:09

Onion toys are displayed for sale at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

People visit the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

Onion toys are displayed for sale at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

Onion toys are displayed for sale at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

A woman visits the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

Plaited strings of onions are displayed for sale at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

A woman visits the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

An onion toy is displayed for sale at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

A woman buys onions at the annual "Zibelemaerit" in Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 2018. The "Zibelemaerit" (onion market) is a traditional one-day festival which has been held on the fourth Monday in November since the early 15th century. Farmers from the surrounding area brought some 57 tonnes of onions and garlic to the capital to sell. (Xinhua/Ruben Sprich)


 

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