Easter Tradition in Gemany
Colored Eggs and Chocolate Bunnies
Next to the Easter egg, the rabbit is probably the most popular Easter icon; the Easter bunny, symbolizing fertility, was first mentioned in German writings in the 16th century.
The bunny was then imported to America by Pennsylvania Dutch settlers, who called it "Oschter Haws" ("Easter Hare"). 
Around 1800, the first edible Easter bunnies were made in Germany.
Easter Sunday is the highlight of the holiday weekend. In the early morning, parents hide baskets filled with colored, hardboiled eggs, chocolate bunnies, sweets, and little presents for the kids.



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Here you see a British Shorthair cat. I have portraied round about 30 kitten over a period of 4 years and only this one pic was special because of it's very cool expression ;o)

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