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Weird News exhibition: Ludwigsburg under the sign of pumpkins

17:46  29 august  2020
17:46  29 august  2020 Source:   promobil.de

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Ein Kürbis-Kunstwerk ist bei der 21. Kürbisausstellung vor dem Schloss Ludwigsburg zu sehen. © Christoph Schmidt / dpa A pumpkin work of art can be seen at the 21st pumpkin exhibition in front of Ludwigsburg Palace.

pumpkins as far as the eye can see: the traditional pumpkin exhibition in the Blooming Baroque in Ludwigsburg has been running since Friday (August 28). Whether assembled as giant sculptures, as a treat, carved or just for decoration - everything around Ludwigsburg Castle will revolve around the pumpkin for the coming days. Under the motto "Music", for example, pumpkin works of art by artist Pit Ruge such as the well-known outstretched tongue, symbol of the Rolling Stones, or an Elvis Presley figure with a guitar can be seen. In addition, Ruge made a boom box, headphones and a Beethoven bust from the round fruits.

Special attractions are also the giant pumpkin show and the variety show - preparations have been going on here since April. According to the organizers, this is the largest pumpkin show in the world, last year there were 687 different varieties, and this year there should be even more.

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