The history of the Carnival Carnival
The rural areas of southern and South-Western Germany are rich in traditions. The costumes are still from the early middle ages. The history of the Germanic peoples is carefully finished and maintained. At any point, it’s more apparent than during Carnival, which is known as Carnival in Bavaria and FAS(t)Nacht in Swabia. Since the 12. Century the Carnival was allowed before the lent fasting period.Many Mardi Gras and Carnival costumes are older than the Catholic faith. Based on the ancient cult and witchcraft, calling protection against demons and evil spirits, while displacing the winter and Spring Awakening can be. Therefore, the Carnival is such a noisy event – everywhere you can hear the bells and the whips. The masks and the costumes serve multiple purposes – only masked it can face the demons.
The fairy of books – ideas of Carnival and Carnival costumes
Many people wear costumes in public and the traditional costumes of the old Munich Carnival is still current and preferred. Leave Munich to enjoy a real masquerade in the open air, and drive in the countryside.The Büchslmadam, peasant girl from the deepest province of Dachau, or gap can be seen under the fool. Organised on the same day Nuremberg a Carnival event with historic charm – the reenactment of the mythical, medieval drama shows the ascended by the oppressed artisans in 1349. Based on documents from the 15th century, the Schembart runner, who represented the leader of the uprising and has worn red and white costumes, they marched through the streets of the old city… The Schembart run enlivened the atmosphere here for the population of all age groups.
101 Dalmatians and Kruela Devil
Sharks and a surfer
Happy, funny bug
Sweet, little black cat
Wise Owl in forest
The robber and his steel
Little June bug
In the Robin Hood style – King of thieves
Simple drawing of a people
Little Red Riding Hood
The little Gypsy