The highlight of the holiday: The historic farmer’s market on the square on the weekend of 28/29 July 2012 changed his face and its physical location of the farmer’s market. So, he was held as a historic farmer’s market on the Castle Square in front of the Town Hall and is supposed to put customers back in the time of the Foundation of the Duisburg markets. Let in the middle of ages and have your whole family fun original clad dealers, old craftsmen (including book printers, Lederer, Kremer), a Knights camp and ancient gastronomy. Still a colourful supporting programme is waiting for including with the jugglers of Jeremias, medieval music of the trio KramBamBule”or also a Knight bearing with Knight show or numerous ancient games for young and old and much more more. Of course visitors can 28 July 2012, between 10:00 and 19:00 and on Sunday, July 29th, between 11:00 and 18:00 o’clock as usual proved their purchases in the Saturday, producers-Middle quality on the historical Do farmer’s market. The market and the Duisburg FrischeKontor forward to numerous historical market visitors.
“To the programme of the historic farmers market: jester Jeremias impressed big and small” eaters, children’s entertainment, narrated and Sung stories, juggling, fire-eating. “” As a musical highlight, the trio is waiting for KramBamBule “consisting of Igor the humdrum”, Tamino of the juggler”and Jeremiah of the juggler” with fame Sung music of middle ages on shawms, bagpipes, drums and zithers. Knight stock Knight show: a Knights camp of the extra class awaits visitors. Knight games and exhibition matches, as well as the introduction to the Customs and traditions of the medieval knight time are available. “And what is still to do’s: ancient games, including archery, gallows bowling, Catapult throw, the puppeteer of Petronius Paternoster”, face painting and much more. All children’s activities are free of charge.
Digression: History of Duisburg “Farmer’s markets from traditions, we know that the old market” at the foot of the Salvator Church and below the today’s Castle Square in the 5th century as the central marketplace of the city distinguished has. Due to its convenient location the first Royal Court was built in Duisburg to 740 a.d., which was extended in the 10th century to the Royal Palace. Because around this point many craftsmen and merchants settled, the medieval Duisburg quickly became an important role as the central market and trading centre. Follow the historic city gates from the road, they lead directly to the market, in particular to the main market in the Salvator Church. This week market count Adolf II of Cleves 1408 of the city. awarded privilege the week market officially”. More about Duisburg weekly markets in the Internet: learn more about the historic farmer’s market on the Burg Square and the other more than 60 events in the Duisburg metropolitan area get on. The Duisburg weekly markets at Facebook: The Duisburg weekly markets are also on Facebook! They can be found under: Also check out once and click through the presentation of the Duisburg weekly markets. We are very happy, if you like the presence”.