Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses

It is believed that the first gingerbread houses were built after bakers were inspired by the Brothers Grimm who published Hansel and Gretel (two children who, abandoned in the woods by penniless parents, discovered a gingerbread houses similar to the “witch’s house”made of bread, cake and candies ). The first gingerbread was made in Europe in 992 by a Catholic monk Gregory of Nicopolis. He made these delicious houses for special holidays and festivals.

Nowadays, it is a tradition to make this creative and delicious sweet treats for Christmas. And there is no specific scheme of how it should look like. Everyone can show their creativity and create the house of their imaginations out of candies, cookies, biscuits and any other treats that can be used for creating and decorating this type of houses. Below we have selected several Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses that can inspire you to create some delicious architecture designs for the upcoming Christmas. Enjoy!

Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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Amazing Christmas Gingerbread Houses
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