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Dal Carnevale sul Reno alle sagre di città, i mercatini e le feste del vino fino alle due più grandi "Volksfest" (feste popolari) del mondo, la Germania offre una grande varietà di feste. Molte possono contare su una lunga tradizione e sono una dimostrazione di quanto la storia possa essere viva e presente.

Every year on 21 February, bonfires are lit all along Schleswig-Holstein'sNorth Sea coast. – on the mainland, the islands and the Hallig islets – to drive away the winter in accordance with an ancient Frisian custom. There's much singing, dancing and drinking, then once the fires have died down, everyone heads to the inns and taverns to celebrate with a meal of curly kale, which may not be an ancient custom – but is definitely warming and delicious!

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Bremen locals might have a reputation as reserved north Germans rather than party animals, but every year the Bremen Freimarkt dispels that myth. More than four million people enjoy all the funfair entertainment and music, with dancing in the streets, excitement in the air and merriment in the beer tents and inns around Bremen's beautiful old quarter.

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The stars of Bremerhaven Festival Week are ships from all corners of the globe – from motor boats to historical sailing vessels. Ship captains are on hand to take you aloft – and you'll hear a few entertaining sailor's yarns. Back on dry land, you can enjoy the biggest festivities on the North Sea coast with over 100 stalls around the Harbour Worlds complex. Bremerhaven's excellent international credentials will be on show at the Europadorf, where the city's twin towns will be presenting.

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Every September, Stuttgart hosts the Cannstatter Wasen, Baden-Württemberg's largest festival and one that is ranked as the second-biggest beer festival worldwide after Munich's Oktoberfest. Swabians have a reputation for frugality, but the Cannstatter Wasen shows them in a very different light – as happy, friendly, fun-loving folk with a sense of tradition.

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You know it's carnival time in Cologne when odd things start to happen. From the moment the mayor hands power to a trio consisting of a prince, a peasant and a maiden, this cathedral city in North Rhine-Westphalia is turned on its head. In the week before Ash Wednesday you'll have Kölle alaaf ringing in your ears and wonder if people have taken leave of their senses.

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The Carnival of Cultures, which takes place in Berlin's Kreuzberg district, is a multicultural festival that has been celebrated around the Whitsun weekend every year since 1996. Berlin's vibrant carnival is an international, peaceful celebration of diversity, openness and tolerance, with parades, music, dance, theatre, exotic food and drink and all kinds of arts and crafts.

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Christopher Street Day (CSD) and ColognePride bring colourful parades, extravagant outfits and fever-pitch excitement to the streets – a huge, vibrant festival enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people but with a very serious message. Every year, when gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders descend on Cologne with their high spirits and good humour, they are demonstrating for homosexuals' rights and for acceptance, tolerance and equality.

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