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Riedlhütte - Easter Fountain

Bereits zum 5. Mal wird der Brunnen an der St. Josef´s Kirche in Riedlhütte [ Bayerischer Wald ] zur Osterzeit in einen atemberaubenden Osterbrunnen verwandelt. Seit Anfang Januar arbeiten die fleißigen Helferinnen und Helfer wieder, um ihn am Palmsonntag von ihren Herrn Pfarrer Hubert Gerstl weihen zu lassen. Mittlerweile zählt schon fast ganz Riedlhütte zu den " Mittätern ", angefangen von den "Eierrestaurierern", über die "Zweigerlzwicker" bis zu den " Waschelhaltern ", alle sind in vollem Einsatz. Ebenfalls gehört der traditionelle Basar am Palmsonntag nach der Kirche zur festen Einrichtung, genau wie das jährliche Osterbrunnenrätsel, das nicht mehr wegzudenken wäre.

Quelle: http://www.osterbrunnen.de/orte/riedlhuette/riedlhuette.html

Copyright: H.J.Weber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9352x4676
Taken: 10/04/2012
Загружена: 11/04/2012
Обновлено: 28/03/2015


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