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Carnival in Oberursel

Today we discuss the carnival celebrations in Oberursel, and around Camp King in particular. Which shops are decorated? What do the doughnuts taste like? And how to Germans celebrate carnival or “Fasching”?

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7 Responses to “Carnival in Oberursel”

  1. Fatima Says:

    Hi,

    it´s a good Idea!!

    Personally for me it´s very interesting to know what is “Carnival” Fasching!! and the comparaison between all cities in Germany. At home (Algier) we didn´t celerate carnival: never!! As you told: Faschingsmuffel –
    It´s not allowed!!!

    I don´t like carnival too!! Perhaps for childrens is a good event but I found all the celibrity a little bit “Konsum ohne Ende”! it´s just my own Meaning!

    Regards

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