In the Czech Republic, St. Martin’s Day also means St. Martin’s goose, though it is not only 11 November that Czechs enjoy partaking of roast goose. What’s more, the number of geese being produced on farms is increasing every year. Pictured is one such farm, at Skupeč in the Plzeň region.
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