Pretzels street stall, New-York City.

Pretzels street stall, New-York City.

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Some sources say that the pretzel was 'invented' around 610 A.D, which is a long time before the particularly shaped bread would be introduced into the United States around the 18th century.

Pretzels are very much part of daily live in some German states such as Bavaria, and other German, Swiss and Austrian regions. Eaten by itself or with famous sausages such as the Weiss Wurst.

So given the long European history of this typical bread, it's funny how this image of a street vendor's stall seems so typically New-York City.

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