Whether it's the world's largest Schützenfest fair, or 1,000 years of teeming markets, or the kind of public festivals that can only be found in Germany, tradition is alive in this country and is constantly being renewed. And that includes the many old customs rooted deep in the countryside. Customs that gladly include guests and visitors. So embrace Germany's festivals and traditions. You'll feel right at home.
Living traditions - Renginių paieška
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Fanfares, processions, historical re-enactments: Lutherstadt Wittenberg is never short of ideas when it celebrates the wedding of Martin Luther and Katharina von Bora every year in the town where they exchanged vows. ...
Thuringia's biggest old town festival which takes place on and around the Merchants´ Bridge, the longest bridge in Europe to have houses and shops built all along its sides. People can enjoy music and art with travelling entertain ...
The Holy Blood Festival is regarded as the highest on the island of Reichenau holiday.
8.45 clock parade of vigilantes on Münsterplatz
9.00 clock Pontifical Mass in the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Mark