Sorbians Hold Annual Easter Egg Market

In This Photo: Kerstin Hanusch
Sorb egg painter Kerstin Hanusch decorates eggs at the annual Easter egg market on March 16, 2013 in Schleife, Germany. Easter is a particularly important time of year for Sorbs, a Slavic minority in eastern Germany, and the period includes the tradition of painting Easter eggs that include visual elements intended to ward off evil. Many Sorbs still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech.
(March 15, 2013 - Source: Adam Berry/Getty Images Europe)