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Barthelmarkt


The Barthelmarkt is an annual fair and beer festival in Manching near Ingolstadt, Germany. It is held every year on the last weekend of August.

Though first mentioned in 1354, its roots can be traced back as early as to the 1st century BC, when the Romans established a cattle market in the area.

The name "Barthelmarkt" stems from St. Bartholomew, the patron saint of the local church.

Beer tents

  • Herrnbräu Festzelt (Ingolstadt)
  • Toerring Bier Festzelt (Pörnbach)
  • Stiftl Spaten Festzelt (Munich)
  • Ingobräu Festzelt (Ingolstadt)
  • Weissbiergarten Mittl (Ingolstadt)

External links

  • Barthelmarkt.com

Coordinates: 48°42′44″N 11°27′06″E / 48.71222°N 11.45167°E / 48.71222; 11.45167

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