CONTRIBUTED BY: H. ERNST
The first sign that it was Fasching season in our town of Herrenberg, Germany was the appearance of colorful banners hung between half-timbered buildings. Unlike the neatly cut triangular pieces of cloth I’ve seen in pictures of other cities, Herrenberg strings up mismatched colorful pieces of fabric in various sizes and shapes above the streets leading into the marketplatz.
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