Typically decorated Easter eggs from Moravia. A batik (wax resist) process is used to create intricate, brilliantly colored eggs, the other ones are made from gingerbread dough decorated with mixture of sugar and egg-white (and the cookies on the picture as well)
And if you like to have fun go to Moravia: Moravians have a tradition of gathering eggs by gaining them from the females in return of whipping them with a pony-tail shaped whip made out of fresh willow branches. Some guys use branches up to 2 m long !!
Happy Easter !