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From Oktoberfest in Munich to BerMuDa in Berlin and from the Rhine in Flames to Berlinale, welcome to 2camels take on the festivals and events of Germany.
For eleven days during October, as the autumn months make way for another dark European winter, a vivid change comes over the landmarks, monuments, buildings...
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With in excess of 500,000 admissions to its 400 films, Berlinale is the largest publicly attended film festival in the world. Films on the Berlinale...
You gotta hand it to our German cousins, they sure know how to host a beer festival! Though if you ask a local, the Cannstatter...
Frankfurt's history with the published word is well documented. Just down the road in Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg invented the movable-type printing press way back in...
The Hamburger Dom is the largest public festival held in Northern Germany with a history that can be loosely traced back to 1329. If you...
Rhine in flames ┬Ś almost an oxymoron! On five separate summer evenings along the fetching River Rhine in the vicinity of the historic city of...
We've all seen a 16-year-old, 4-foot-11-inches, 85-pound Olympic diver execute a flawless 2 1/2 somersaulting dive with 1 1/2 twists (degree of difficulty 3.4, for...
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The village of Wacken may be but a dot on the map of the Northern German region of Schleswig-Holstein but ask any metal-head from Reykjavik...
Since 2001 2camels has been the home of festivals on the web.
So, if you have a taste for the bizarre, an interest in foreign customs or are just plain curious as to what festivals gets celebrated in far away lands, then you've come to the right place.
From hurling tomatoes at La Tomatina to downing a stein at Oktoberfest and from rolling headlong after a chunk of cheese in the Cotswolds, to dodging tika powder during Holi, 2Camels has got festivals covered.
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