10 ways you can burst with joy in German springtime
DPA/The Local · 29 Feb 2016, 14:25
Published: 29 Feb 2016 14:25 GMT+01:00
With the first day of March comes - technically - the first day of spring, and with that a wide range of activities that have been missing over the dark, dreary months of winter. Here are 10 things you can do to wish winter a very un-fond farewell.
Wether it's outdoor concerts or egg-fighting, when it comes to spring Germany's got any number of fun and quirky ways to celebrate.
Here's a list of ten springtime things that you shouldn't miss this year in Germany:
GALLERY: 10 ways to celebrate springtime in Germany
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