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Open-air museum in Neuhausen ob Eck
Baden-Wuerttemberg
In addition to the spectacular Zugleistungswettbewerb the obstacle driving with the heavy wagon as before and the wood lure back as well as various demonstrations. When wood is back this year, the second Fought round of the Baden-Württemberg championship. This promises more exciting.
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