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October 2008

Oct 3 - Oct 7
Art Forum Berlin, Berlin
Each year, Art Forum Berlin attracts exhibitors and visitors from around the world to Germany's capital city. The event features all forms of 21st century art ranging from video and photography, to paintings, sculptures, installations, graphics, and multimedia. Anyone interested in the modern art scene will find what they're looking for at this exclusive exhibition.

Oct 10 - Oct 12
Onion Market, Weimar
The 300 year old Weimar Onion Market is an annual happening that always takes place in early October. The fields around Weimar still produce great onions, and the three day event has more than 550 market stalls and about 350,000 visitors the biggest festival of the state Thuringia. In every year as one of the festival highlights a local girl is announced onion queen.

Oct  - Nov *
Freimarkt, Bremen
Over 950 years mark what is known as one of Germany's oldest civic festivals. Not satisfied with the fairground, the city's 'fifth season' spreads out into the entire city, featuring music, dance and excitement in public houses and the historic Ratskeller (Wine Cellar).

* exact dates tba