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March 03, 2014
A carnival reveller wearing a cockerel costume and a carved wooden mask takes part in the traditional...
Rottweil, Germany
A carnival reveller wearing a cockerel costume and a carved wooden mask takes part in traditional folklore...
A carnival reveller wearing a cockerel costume and a carved wooden mask takes part in the traditional folklore “Narrensprung” (“Fools’ Jump”) procession on Rose Monday in the Black Forrest town of Rottweil in south-western Germany March 3, 2014. The “Narrensprung”, dating back to the early 14th century is part of the Swabian-Alemannic “Fastnacht”. Some 3500 participants dressed in their handmade costumes and wooden masks perform their precarious vaults across the cobblestones of the medieval town of Rottweil. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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