Germany: The city of Munich celebrates Gay Pride

Alice Milliken July 25, 2014
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Another German city celebrated Gay Pride with gusto this weekend.

Munich’s 34th Pride celebration, Christopher Street Day (CSD), took place from 12-20 July, finishing with the main pride march held last Saturday.

Munich CDS is the third largest in Germany after Berlin and Cologne, with an average attendance between 8-10,000.

The first celebration of CDS in Munich took place on 28 June 1980.

Since 2000 socio-political associations Rosa Liste, Sub, LeTra and Münchner Aids-Hilfe have organized and sponsored the event.

Stuttgart, Hamburg, Amsterdam and Stockholm will hold their pride celebrations over the remainder of July.


Related topics: celebration, Christopher Street Day, Europe, Gay Pride, Germany, Munich, Pride

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