"Waggis"at the Carnival in Basel

This beautiful "Waggis" resting in a small street in Basel. The Basel carnival lasts 3 days and it is demanding. The picture was taken on Carnival Tuesday.

Copyright: Werner getzmann
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送信日: 15/03/2011
更新日: 09/09/2014


Tags: carnival; basel; waggis; fasnacht
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