Pyramid Seiffen village Pointed arch for tea lights comes from the house of Müller.
approx. 36 cm high.
Let yourself be enchanted by the unique romanticism of the Ore Mountains!
The pointed, slate-covered houses of the former miners and toy makers in the spa town of Seiffen are lined up in a wide valley basin. At the back right is the town hall, built in the form of a pit building, directly opposite the old school building. Even the landings were reproduced true to the original. The baroque mountain church rises up between trees on a mountain ledge. During the Christmas season, the whole village is lovingly decorated and illuminated. The tea light pyramid “Seiffener Dorf” combines the special features of the Seiffen toy village with great attention to detail. The carolers in the foreground are still part of the Protestant church service in the Ore Mountains to this day. As part of the extensive Christmas tradition, the carolers parade through the town and perform Christmas carols. Many residents have joined them, singing and thickly wrapped up in winter jackets, hoods and hats with songbooks and lamps.