Germany’s biggest bash …

A group of country boys from South-Germany participate in a previous Fasching parade in Trier, Germany. The boys wore hand carved wooden masks, which are traditional for the southern part of the country. Although almost every village in Germany, regardless of size, will conduct a Fasching parade Feb. 14-17, the most famous and gigantic German parades always happen on Rose Monday, Feb. 16, in the cities of Cologne, Mainz and Duesseldorf, in most cities along the Rhine River as well as in Aachen and Munich. (U.S. Air Force photo by Iris Reiff/Released)

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