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Has anyone attended the Landshut Wedding of 1475 celebration?

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It is enacted every four years in Landshut, 40 minutes outside Munich. I located a website and tickets go on sale in November and are said to be bought up by February. The event is ongoing four weeks July 2001. The wedding enactment is on the four Sundays. Can proababy locate more info through the trourist board, website, etc. but thought I'd try for first-hand Fodorite witnesses.
Thanks in advance to anybody who answers.

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