Sixty nationalities were represented across 70 stands at the 57th Bazaar International de Luxembourg on the 25-26 November at LuxExpo in Kirchberg.
The largest international independent charity event in the Grand Duchy welcomed old favorites from Portugal and Belgium, alongside newcomers including the Mongolian stand. Some 1,500 volunteers helped to organize and participated in the Bazaar, which last year welcomed 28,000 visitors.
"The population of Mongolia is just three million but we have a lot of cattle which we use to make cashmere products," said Namuun Batnavch, adding: "There’s a small community of 30 or so families and students from Mongolia living in Luxembourg. We’re really proud and happy to represent our country at the Bazaar, and today our ambassador to Benelux is here."