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Krampus, a figure in Central European folklore, has origins in pagan beliefs and Christian traditions. Stemming from pre-Christian Alpine cultures, Krampus represents the dark side of winter, punishing misbehaving children. It assimilated into Christian celebrations, particularly Christmas. Krampus's terrifying appearance includes horns, hooves, and a long tongue. Parades and festivals are held annually to honor this frightful creature, captivating and intriguing people to this day.

Krampusnacht is the annual event in Central Europe, originated from ancient pagan traditions and takes place on December 5th.

Each year, I create a new Krampus image to celebrate the festivity...

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