Although this is a seasonal market, its tradition, importance, and beauty inevitably gave it a name. Every year from 10th December to 5th January, this popular Christmas market is organised throughout the whole street of Alfonso X el Sabio. Works by the most reputable nativity scene makers from the region and other parts of the peninsula are exhibited in this market where craftspeople of ceramics, precious metals, wood, and other disciplines come here to show their works. Besides this, every year the market officiates a tree measuring five metres which is made from some remarkable glass tulips by the brothers Pedro and Miguel Inglés. By the way, did you know that Murcia is twinned with the Polish city of Lodz? Well, you're about to discover this, as a stall is set up every year in this market to celebrate this twinning.
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