Bright sunshine, maskes, costumes, juggler and artists. The market square in Ludwigsburg was once again the arena for a two-and-a-half-days baroque feast of the senses: The Venetian Fair.
Originally introduced by duke Carl Eugen, the festival was re-discovered some years ago, and is now organized every two ears. It starts on Friday evening with a procession of all participants through the center of the town. Afterwards the party lasted two whole days on the marked square.
I was there at all three days, and especially during the closure event on Sunday night.