• General 01.12.2018

    A traditional Act of charity is commemorated in downtown Dusseldorf with the annual feast of St. Martins. Dusseldorf visitors have the opportunity to experience one of the ancient traditions of the city on the Rhine for a stay in November with the feast of St. Martin’s. The event, which originates dates back to the age of the Romans, will take place on 10 November and is a memorial to the legendary Act of charity of the Roman centurion Martin, who once came through this region.

    According to the legend, the modest traveller quite demonstrated qualities of a Saint when he selflessly leaving his coat a beggar trembling in the cold. By the same author: BSA. This good deed is thought every year with a parade through the streets where pedestrians with homemade lanterns lead the way. Who a Dusseldorf hotel has booked at this time, has the opportunity to attend the traditional singing of the children at the event and try a traditional St. Martin’s goose. The procession goes through the whole city and ends with the re-enactment of the St. Martin’s scene, in which he gives his coat the beggar. The location on the Rhine Dusseldorf make the focal point of the celebrations in Western of Germany.

    The St. Martin feast takes place on the evening before the official start of the Karnevalsaison, which reached its peak with a huge parade on Rosenmontag. The Dusseldorf FAG barrel, which next year will take place on March 5 among other highlights of the Carnival. As the name suggests, running guys in women’s clothing and high heels on the Konigsallee race for fun. LateRooms.com offers a variety of accommodation in Dusseldorf, including the Relexa Hotel Ratingen city.

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