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Stuttgart folk festival bans two attractions due to possible discrimination

The city of Stuttgart bans the attraction "lady without abdomen" and "woman without a head" at the historical folk festival. The reason is the fight against discrimination.

Stuttgart – After a four-year break, the historic folk festival is to return to the state capital of Stuttgart, despite the uncertain situation surrounding the corona virus in Baden-Württemberg. From September 24th to October 3rd there are many attractions for visitors to marvel at on the Schlossplatz.
BW24* reveals why two attractions have now been banned by the organizer.

The folk festival in Baden-Württemberg is described as an "eventful journey into the past" and "festival for the whole family". However, the city of Stuttgart has already banned some crowd pullers in advance. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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