Germany’s biggest bash …

A group of women, dressed up in colorful Venetian costumes participate in a past Fasching parade in Trier, Germany. This year's parade is scheduled for 12:11 p.m., Feb. 16 through the streets of the city and ends at the Trier Arena hall with a large celebration. The event is several hours long, and it attracts people from near and far. Fasching activities in Germany start off on Ladies Fasching or Fat Thursday, Feb. 12, when the so called "Moehnen," or old ladies, wearing old women's face-masks traditionally storm local city halls. (U.S. Air Force photo by Iris Reiff/Released)

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