A success story. The Moravian Star.
The Moravian Advent Star has been in our range for years and is always in demand. It was originally made by the "Moravian Church", a religious fraternity of Moravian emigrants which named itself Herrenhut, literally meaning " under the Lord’s watchful care", founded in 1722 in East Saxony. (Outside Germany the star and the church are called Moravian.) Their influence on Christian life in Germany was considerable: Assembling a large star on the first Sunday in Advent and maintaining it until Christmas is a tradition which goes back to the Moravian communities in Saxony and Hesse.
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