600 Years Velburg in Bavaria, Germany

Velburg is a municipality in Neumarkt Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany. Last June 25-27, 2010, Velburg celebrated its 600 years foundation anniversary. The highlight of the celebration was the Medieval parade and and the different acrtivities during the three-day celebration like concerts, tribal dance, fireshows, camp life and some other more. There are also stalls that sell different products.

It was quite a very interesting and spectacular celebration.
Below are some snapshots I took during our visit last June 2010.

colourfully decorated horses also participated during the Medieval parade.

The brewery in Lengenfeld named Winklersbraüe


The building in the background with a big watch is the Rathaus or the Municipal Hall in Velburg. I am happy seeing the first and the last Middle Age parade in Velburg during its 600th foundation anniversary.

 
 

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