Bavarian town honours horses' patron saint

2017-10-22 22:14
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Warngau - Townspeople and farmers in the small Bavarian town of Warngau have donned traditional costumes for their annual procession in horse-drawn carriages to a local church in honour of St Leonard, considered the patron saint of horses and livestock.

The "Leonhardi pilgrimage," which was revived in the town south of Munich in 1983 after an 80-year break, takes place every year on the fourth Sunday in October.

Similar processions are held in several other southern German towns.

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