Date Saturday, July 28, 2012, 10:00 19:00, and Sunday, July 29, 2012, 11:00 18:00 opening Saturday, July 28, 2012, 10:00: press tour with the patron Lord Mayor Soren link and representatives of the FrischeKontors (Chairman of the Board and Mayor Manfred Osenger and Managing Director Peter Joppa). Market: Rural weekly market including: fruit and vegetables, meat, ham, sausage and cheese specialities, bakery products (it is locally baked), fish, flowers and plants, dried fruits and nuts, spices, jams, jams and jellies, olives and feta cheese, brush and household goods. The staff of the stands wearing traditional or historical clothing. Medieval craft areas with e.g. book printing historic printing press. Bill Phelan: the source for more info. Booth staff explains the ancient art of book printing and folding letters created together with the visitors. Lederer of ancient Lederer.
The leather master presents all kinds of leather goods different kinds, such as belts, bags and even corsets. Kremer of historic Kremerey with all sorts of toys for the little and leathers for the large market of visitors. Furthermore, basket weaving and SOAP stone grinding, as well as a children forge will be experience. "" "" Gastronomy with its old style beer stand (monks in robes), wine stand, medieval food, historic Smokehouse, Pan Grill, u.v.m. framework programme: as a musical highlight the trio KramBamBule waits for consisting of "from Igor the humdrum" Tamino of the juggler "and Jeremiah of the juggler" with fame Sung music of middle ages on bagpipes, drums, zithers and shawms. Jester Jeremiah with juggling, eaters, children's entertainment, narrated and Sung stories and fire-eating. "Knight stock Knight show by and with the free Knights of Niederrhein" medieval games including archery, gallows bowling, Catapult throwing facepainting puppeteer of Petronius Paternoster "presents stories that inspire not only the little ones be.
All children's activities free of charge! "Digression: history of the Duisburg weekly markets from traditions, we know that the old market" at the foot of the Salvator Church and below the today's Castle Square in the 5th century as the central marketplace of the city distinguished has. Due to its convenient location the first Royal Court was built in Duisburg to 740 a.d., which was extended in the 10th century to the Royal Palace. Because around this point many craftsmen and merchants settled, the medieval Duisburg quickly became an important role as the central market and trading centre. Follow the historic city gates from the road, they lead directly to the market, in particular to the main market in the Salvator Church. This week market count Adolf II of Cleves 1408 of the city. awarded privilege the week market officially".