young ladies and a young dealer from the Orient, medieval country people, and elegant patrician moved a Small Noble on Sunday afternoon happily through the Zurich city centre. The Move kick-off to the Zurich Sechseläuten, the children formed each year.
a Total of 3,000 children from the Region took part in the parade. They were accompanied by 800 young musicians and 160 supervisors. So they moved on to the three kilometre-long Route from the sechseläute place over the Limmatquai and the Bahnhofstrasse, up on the Münsterplatz. The cheerful spectacle, and beautiful spring weather attracted a remarkable number of spectators.
All the girls and boys had a costume or a historical costume. Many had rented a apparel from the desired epoch when Konstümverleih of the six-ringing. The order in procession was carried out chronologically according to the eras. To the spectators, so 900 years passed in Zurich's history, from romanticism via the Gothic and the Baroque to the Rococo and Biedermeier.
the move of 125 children this year's guest region, the city of Strasbourg was Headed. The completion of the group "open to the World in Zurich, was formed" with over 700 children from other countries in traditional costumes of their home. For the first time were represented in this largest moving group of more than 20 Nations. The completion of a carriage formed with a Böögg.
Smoothly and happily expired
The responsible for a positive conclusion. Everything had proceeded without a hitch. It was a very enjoyable occasion with lots of happy children, said head of communications Philippe Blangey the news Agency Keystone-SDA. The number of participants was the highest ever been.
The children's procession is an integral part of the Sechseläuten weekend and is open to all children between 5 and 15 years of age from the surroundings of Zurich. He is held on the Sunday afternoon. Unlike the Sechseläuten procession of adults from the Monday it is an occasion for all. To be a member in a Guild is not a prerequisite to the children's procession run. (sda)
Created: 07.04.2019, 18:01 PM