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Folk performance of the dance group "Schuhplattler" from Campitello

Do not miss the performance of one of the most picturesque folk groups in the Dolomites, with jumps, moves and slaps

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Folk performance of the dance group "Schuhplattler" from Campitello. The Schuhplattler is a type of dance from Tyrol. Translated to English, Schuhplattler is "shoe slapping". When you watch a Schuhplattler being performed, the reason for its name becomes obvious: you will see men slapping their shoes and legs, jumping and clapping. At 9.15 p.m. in the "Piaz de Sotegrava" (main square). In case of bad weather, the event will be cancelled.

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