Ruby Tuesday #1- Volksfest in Neumarkt, Germany

Travel and Explore Germany is joining Ruby Tuesday meme. This is my first entry and I hope and try to participate every week. I love this meme because I love red colors too! My first entry was taken during the Volksfest parade in Neumarkt in Germany. This is a public festival held every year in the month of August. The red costumes that were worn by the participants is called Dirndl or Trachten, the national costume of Germany. It is made of different materials, styles and color.

I also wish everyone a great start of the month.here is my photo for RT!
Feel free to visit Ruby Tuesday to see the beauty of red shared by the participants. Thanks to Mary for creating this beautiful meme! Happy Ruby Tuesday everyone!

 

5 Responses to “Ruby Tuesday #1- Volksfest in Neumarkt, Germany”

  1. Linnea W Says:

    Beautiful red dirndls! They really stand out in the crowd. Welcome to RT!

  2. Regina Says:

    Beautiful shot Ruby.

  3. Carolyn Ford Says:

    It looks like such a fun time! So colorful and bright! Great shot!

  4. Becca Says:

    There is a national costume of Germany? You learn something new every day. Great pic!

  5. Ricky Peterson Says:

    Thanks for sharing this post. Dusseldorf is the hub of the German fashion industry. Dusseldorf is a very clean city and known for its urban culture. You can find bold architecture, bars, hotels and hi-tech offices in Medienhafen. Dont fail to visit fascinating K20 museum.If you are visiting germany during late october, enjoy the Hamburg Film Festival.Hamburg opera is must watch. For more details refer cities in germany

 

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