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Carnival in Basel on Monday, also called Cortege
Switzerland
The Carnival in Basel takes 3 days. They are in for the people in Basel, the three best days of the year. On Monday and Wednesday in the main parade (Cortege) instead.
Copyright: Werner Getzmann
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Tags: carnival; basel; cortege; marktplatz; rathaus; town hall
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