Regensburger Herbstdult 2010

It took me some time to upload the images I have below. I guess my Pc is working very slow again. Finally, we decided late this afternoon to visit Regensburger Herbstdult. Since the weather was nice and friendly today, we drove to Regensburg to witness this said festival. Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage city in Bavaria, Germany celebrates a so-called Dult festival twice a year in May and in September. The one being celebrated in September is called Herbstdult, “Herbst” which means Autumn and Dult is simply a name given to this festival.

Since it is Sunday, there were a lot of people who visited the fair today. Before we left at around 9:00 PM, we noticed that that the people are getting lesser. It is probably because the next day Monday which is a working day. This festival is also a family and child-friendly festival compared to Munich’s Oktoberfest wherein most visitors are adult people. I would also like to mention that Regensburger Herbstdult is still not over. This year’s Herbstdult runs from August 27 to September 12, 2010. You still have time to visit it and have fun!

Here are the images I took today.

The Ferris wheel in my background, one of my favorite rides.

the famous Lebkuchen Herzen, a kind of ginger cookies with some words engraved on it like Ich liebe dich, etc.

this is only one of the games for you to play and enjoy and win some things.

 
 

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