YA ESTA AQUI EL FESTIVAL DE OCTUBRE EN ALEMANIA

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Oktoberfest es un festival de 16 días que se celebra anualmente en Munich, Baviera, Alemania, que va desde finales de septiembre hasta la primera semana de octubre. Es uno de los eventos más famosos de Alemania y es la mayor feria del mundo, con más de 5 millones de personas que asisten cada año. Para los lugareños, no se llama Oktoberfest, pero “die Wiesn” – después de que el nombre coloquial de la feria sí mismos.


El Oktoberfest es una parte importante de la cultura bávara, después de haber llevado a cabo desde 1810. Otras ciudades de todo el mundo también celebran las fiestas del Oktoberfest, modeladas después del evento Munich original.
El Oktoberfest de Munich originalmente se llevó a cabo durante los dieciséis días hasta, e incluyendo, el primer domingo de octubre. En 1994, el programa fue modificado en respuesta a la reunificación alemana de modo que si el primer domingo de octubre cae en el primero o segundo, entonces el festival se prolongará hasta 03 de octubre (Día de la Unidad Alemana). Así, el festival tiene ahora 17 días en que el primer domingo es 02 de octubre y 18 días cuando es 1 de octubre. En 2010, el festival duró hasta el primer lunes de octubre, con motivo del 200 º aniversario del evento. El festival se lleva a cabo en un área llamada el Theresienwiese (campo o prado de Teresa), a menudo llamado Wiesn para abreviar, situado cerca del centro de Munich. Grandes cantidades de cerveza Oktoberfest se consumen, con casi 7 millones de litros servidas durante el festival de 16 días en 2007. Los visitantes también pueden disfrutar de una amplia variedad de comida tradicional como Hendl (pollo), Schweinebraten (cerdo asado), Schweinshaxe (pierna de jamón a la parrilla), Steckerlfisch (pescado a la parrilla en un palo), Würstl (salchichas), junto con Brezeln (pretzel), Knödel (bolas de patata o pan), Käsespätzle (fideos de queso), Reiberdatschi (tortitas de patata), chucrut o Rotkohl / Blaukraut (col roja) junto con estas exquisiteces bávaras como Obatzda (un queso condimentado con mantequilla spread) y Weisswurst (una salchicha blanca ).


Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, running from late September to the first weekend in October. It is one of the most famous events in Germany and is the world’s largest fair, with more than 5 million people attending every year. To the locals, it is not called Oktoberfest, but “die Wiesn” – after the colloquial name of the fairgrounds themselves. The Oktoberfest is an important part of Bavarian culture, having been held since 1810. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations, modeled after the original Munich event.


The Munich Oktoberfest originally took place during the sixteen days up to, and including, the first Sunday in October. In 1994, the schedule was modified in response to German reunification so that if the first Sunday in October falls on the 1st or 2nd, then the festival would go on until October 3 (German Unity Day). Thus, the festival is now 17 days when the first Sunday is October 2 and 18 days when it is October 1.


In 2010, the festival lasted until the first Monday in October, to mark the 200th anniversary of the event. The festival is held in an area named the Theresienwiese (field, or meadow, of Therese), often called Wiesn for short, located near Munich’s center. Large quantities of Oktoberfest Beer are consumed, with almost 7 million liters served during the 16 day festival in 2007. Visitors may also enjoy a wide variety of traditional food such as Hendl (chicken), Schweinebraten (roast pork), Schweinshaxe (grilled ham hock), Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Würstl (sausages) along with Brezeln (Pretzel), Knödel (potato or bread dumplings), Käsespätzle (cheese noodles), Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes), Sauerkraut or Rotkohl/Blaukraut (red cabbage) along with such Bavarian delicacies as Obatzda (a spiced cheese-butter spread) and Weisswurst (a white sausage).

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    September 22, 2012 at 9:36 PM

    Yaaa October festival is coming up! Lets all have a good time and this year I will make sure that I will be their to have some drinks.

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