Snow and Christmas market in Lincoln

Centre for Computational Physics

Snow, as usual, is just on our blog, and if you read it on a PC you can enjoy a nice snowfall across the screen :). But frost is indeed upon Lincoln, as the Christmas market is there. It is said to be the largest one in UK. At first, I did not believe in that. Especially, after I remember Manchester Christmas marker was claimed to be one of the largest in Europe (perhaps excluding most of Germany 🙂 ). I went to Lincoln’s centre expecting to see a nice small Christmas installation with some mulled wine and souvenirs. But it appeared to be a HUGE one ! All medieval city, all its centre from the train station  till the enormous cathedral, all was turned to one cheerful Christmas market. It was everywhere – in the Castle and in parks around, all around the cathedral and in every little street on…

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About Andrei Zvelindovsky

Founding Head of the School of Mathematics and Physics and Professor of Computational & Theoretical Physics, University of Lincoln, UK

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