600th Founding Anniversary of Velburg in Bavaria, Germany

Last June 2010, Velburg, a municipality in Neumarkt Upper Palatinate in Bavaria, Germany celebrated its 600th founding anniversary. One of the highlights of the celebration was a Medieval parade around the old town. It was a very interesting event we had witnessed last year.

Below are some snapshots I took from the parade.

there were a lot of horses with carriages who participated during the Medieval parade last June 2010. That building you see with a big watch is the town hall of Velburg.


colourful costumes with different styles and motives were worn by participants during the Medieval parade. It is once in a life time to attend such celebration. I felt honoured to be there and was able to witness it.

 
 

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