Krampus in Salzburg - Stock image

Austria, Central Europe, Europe, Salzburg, Salzburger Land

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Salzburg, Austria - December 03, 2009: A parade of the 'Krampus' beast-like creatures march through the historic city of Salzburg on the eve of St. Nicholas Day (the procession is called a 'Krampuslauf'). From the folklore of Alpine countries, the Krampus is thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved. During the first week of December, several Krampus groups can be seen marching through towns across Austria.

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Upload date:December 17, 2013
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