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Säubrennerkirmes Riesenrad 2 von 2
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Das Riesenrad der Wittlicher Säubrennerkirmes am frühen Sonntagmorgen 2009

In jedem Jahr wird am 3. Augustwochenende zum Namensfest des Stadtpatrons St. Rochus die über Grenzen hinweg bekannte Säubrennerkirmes gefeiert, eines der größten Volks- und Straßenfeste in Rheinland-Pfalz.

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Copyright: Daniel Reis
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送信日: 20/08/2009
更新日: 26/09/2014
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