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Карнавал

For many people of Lucerne Carnival is the most beautiful time of the year. Each time, it starts on Fat Thursday with the Big Bang. Three big parades are among the highlights of Lucerne Carnival.

Карнавал в Люцерне

04.02. – 09.02.2016
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Каждый год в конце зимы на улицах, площадях и в переулках Старого города начинается карнавал – завораживающее действо, которым правят суматоха и радость жизни, и все становится совершенно иным, чем в обычной жизни. More
Luzern Tourismus AG
Zentralstrasse 5
6002 Luzern
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Goldig Grend, 8th February 2016

Lucerne Carnival
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The wearing of masks in Lucerne is a tradition that goes back centuries. The town's Maskenliebhaber-Gesellschaft (MLG – Society of Mask Devotees) came into being over 180 years ago with the aim of preserving and promoting the custom. More
Goldig Grend
c/o Maskenliebhaber Gesellschaft der Stadt Luzern
Gesellschaftshaus
Süesswinkel 7
6004 Luzern
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www.mlg.ch/

Guuggerbaum (Carnival Tree)

Carnival in Lucerne
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The “Guuggerbaum” is erected at the Kornmarkt and is emblazoned as a symbol and landmark of the “United” during the crazy days of Carnival in Lucerne. More
Luzern Tourismus AG
Zentralstrasse 5
6002 Luzern
Tel. +41 (0)41 227 17 17
Fax +41 (0)41 227 17 18
luzern@luzern.com
www.luzern.com

The Wooden Masks of Kriens

Carnival in Lucerne
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While Carnival in Lucerne is dominated by Guggen musicians, the neighbouring borough of Kriens is still more the home of the traditional "Fasnacht". The people of Kriens are not only proud of their carnival tradition, but especially of their very own carnival characters and the hand-carved wooden masks. More
Luzern Tourismus AG
Zentralstrasse 5
6002 Luzern
Tel. +41 (0)41 227 17 17
Fax +41 (0)41 227 17 18
luzern@luzern.com
www.luzern.com

Hirsmändig

Flühli
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The Hirsmändig Society in Waldemmental has revived one of the oldest Shrove Monday customs in Flühli and once again celebrates the Hirsmändig according to the old Entlebuch rules - a custom that had been forgotten for almost a century. More