Oktoberfest

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The Oktober·fest is a big festival.

Many people celebrate it.


On the picture is the Oktober·fest

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Wiesn

Folk festival


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The Oktober·fest takes place in Munich, Germany.

The Oktober·fest is the largest folk festival in the world.

In other words, the most visitors come to this festival.

Many visitors come in costume.

Men, for example, wear leder·hosen.

Women dress in a dirndl.


At the festival, there are:

  • Beer tents
  • Costume groups
  • Ferris wheels
  • Rides


Oktober·fest is every year.

The event begins on the first Saturday after the 15th of September.

The event lasts 16 to 18 days.

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