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Deventer

Netherlands
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Deventer Weather

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Today
14 Aug 2020
19 °
Cloudy
19-28
Tomorrow
15 Aug 2020
18°
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16 Aug 2020
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17 Aug 2020
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Dickens Festijn arranged for a weekend before Christmas and also included the theme of Christmas. On the festival website, you can see that the entire city center is almost a venue for festivals. The gate of Deventer has been opened, but there are a few stern soldiers guarding outside the city gate, only a part of the tourists can be released at a time, and the person who is at the forefront of each batch of tourists is also required. You can enter by answering the questions raised by the soldiers first. Through the gates of the city, as soon as you walk into the center of the city, it is like crossing a time-space tunnel. The old narrow streets have completely become the appearance of Dickens's novels, returning to Britain in the 19th century. People dressed up as more than 900 characters in Dickens's writings, recreating Victorian social scenes on ancient streets. Children as young as five or six years old, as old as seven or eighty years old, play their own roles from clothing to demeanor. Some of the children are dressed in ragged clothes, with coal ash on their faces, dressed as "Little Orphans in the Mist" and thieves running around, or sitting in the corner and sitting The hat is placed at the foot and the passerby is allowed to give. Some are carrying small needle baskets and selling their own small handkerchiefs and decorations. Some gentlemen with high hats, everybody greets them with a hand-held hat, and squats slightly, using the standard London sound to say "Merry Christmas." Of course, more improvisations from extras. Visitors seem to be in the streets of the town described by Dickens a hundred years ago, and they can see their familiar novels and lively stories.
Posted: 6 Dec 2018
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