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Often referred to as “the three most beautiful days” (die drey scheenschte Dääg), Basler Fasnacht is Switzerland’s biggest carnival. It takes over the town of Basel for 72 hours in February or March each year, kicking off in complete darkness at 4am with a lantern parade. The 18,000 participants (Fasnächtler) hide their identities for the duration of the festival with elaborate costumes, and take part in a series of parades and concerts.

Often referred to as “the three most beautiful days” (die drey scheenschte Dääg), Basler Fasnacht is Switzerland’s biggest carnival. It takes over the town of Basel for 72 hours in February or March each year, kicking off in complete darkness at 4am with a lantern parade. The 18,000 participants (Fasnächtler) hide their identities for the duration of the festival with elaborate costumes, and take part in a series of parades and concerts.

Watercolor Artist Kazuo Kasai (Japan: 1955) -  Kazuo Kasai Gallery - April 2014 - Personal study exactly. This is the practice for my own trip in June definitely.  Therefore this is not for sale or exhibition.

Watercolor Artist Kazuo Kasai (Japan: 1955) - Kazuo Kasai Gallery - April 2014 - Personal study exactly. This is the practice for my own trip in June definitely. Therefore this is not for sale or exhibition.

“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.”  ― C.S. Lewis

“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” ― C.S. Lewis

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