Go For The “Masopust” Carnival

The period of time between Christmas and Easter starts from January and usually ends at the beginning of March on Ash Wednesday. Historically this is the time for generous feasts and carnivals and then begins the period of Lent during which many abstain from eating meat and this abstinence terminates after 40 days, culminating in general celebrations. Find out the closest "Masopust"carnival and get yourself prepared for one of these weekends.

Masopust in Strání

Puklice, 2016

Masopust Studnice

Puklice, 2016

Puklice, 2016

Masopust in Turnov, 2011

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