200 years Oktoberfest innkeeper procession city

The yearly procession before the opening of the Oktoberfest takes place. The innkeepers of the huge Oktoberfest tents march towards the so called “Wiesn”. The road is closed and thousands of spectators watch horse drawn carriages, musicians and even oxen.


200 Jahre Oktoberfest Einzug der Festwirte in München

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