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The annual Paris Carnaval procession goes by many names - including the Promenade du Boeuf Gras (Fat Cow Parade). Led by the Fat Cow herself, it revives an age-old tradition begun in 1274.
Parisians come out in force to participate in this cheerful procession, also known as the Pantruche Carnaval and the Saint-Fargeau, which makes its way through the capital's streets, accompanied by trumpeters and other musicians, to the Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall).
Carnival build-up begins 1.30pm at Place Gambetta, and leaves at 3pm, arriving at town hall 7pm.
Streets of Paris Starting at Place Gambetta Paris
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