Sorbians Prepare For Easter

In This Photo: Kerstin Hanusch
Visitors look at Easter eggs painted in traditional Sorbian motives at the stand of Kerstin Hanusch, who is wearing a traditional folk dress from her native village of Schleife, at the annual Easter egg market on March 21, 2010 in Schleife, Germany. Easter egg painting is a strong part of Sorbian tradition and visual elements within the painting are meant to ward off evil. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany and many still speak Sorbian, a language closely related to Polish and Czech.
(March 20, 2010 - Source: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Europe)