You can see the traditional Halloween witch imagery on this Sankt Hans greeting. (This one is a little difficult to translate. "Kosten er pudset" seems to be idiomatic. "Kosten" is a word for broom, which seems to be more commonly used in Norwegian. So it's "the broom is...something". But pudset means "plastered" , so... I give up. The rest is easier: "Head for the Blockenberg.") OP: "Sankt Hans, Midsommer."
ITAP last june of the tradition fire during the danish holiday "Sankt Hans"
John's Market") is a public square in the heart of the Nørrebro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is dominated by a large granite sculpture by Jørgen Haugen Sørensen and is known for its thriving café scen
Sankt Hans - Snobrød (Twistbread) Yes, the Sankt Hans bonfire is, of course, an occasion for a cook out. While your witch is burning you can toast marshmallows and roast weenies AND cook Snobrød in the flames.