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The building of an Advent fair and a bale theatre
Szeged

A theatre hall is built of a bale on one of the country's most patinated plazas, beside the Szeged cathedral. The walls of the theatre working until the Christmas consist of eight hundred bales of straw then. Dóm Square Advent in the framework of a program series this year more than a hundred programs wait for the interested ones.

The country's largest advent wreath will be visible here. The weight of the wreath with a gigantic size with a diameter of ten metres is over the single ton.

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Copyright: Tibor Illes
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Uploaded: 23/11/2009
Updated: 24/06/2014
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Tags: szeged; panorama; hungary; advent; fair; vásár; dom ter; fogadalmi templom; votive; cathedral
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