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Guggemusig Nuggi Spugger
Switzerland

Carnival music "Nuggi Spugger" at the carnival in Reinach. Only the children hold their ears. The carnival music "Nuggi Spugger" play today in Ettinger and next week at the Basel carnival.

Copyright: Werner Getzmann
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Taken: 05/03/2011
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