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CMT Stuttgart - countries and regions introduce themselves!

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CMT Stuttgart - countries and regions introduce themselves!

Anyone looking at the CMT as a pure caravanning and camper van trade fair, looks at the fair with a different pair of eyes latest during the tour through the tourism grounds.

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The regions that are so different in tourism,  quite often represent themselves, often with a local product or a "trademark" known to the region, or a symbol which is usually easy to assign.

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Who does not know it, the world-famous Bautz´ner mustard, which was also to be tasted.

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Saxony presents itself with a draftsman who devotes himself entirely to the children with his drawings.

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The French Atlantic coast presents itself with a pine cone of the typical pine forests and the fine sand of the sandy dunes landscape: Dune du Pilat!

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From India, you can see many of the long-haul destinations with interesting itineraries, from the mountaineer to the guided motorcycle tour through Nepal or mountaineering in the Himalayas.

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There is no need for further explanations, since the well-known vehicle speaks for itself.

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However, the Harz town Wernigerode is worth a trip, even if it is only a weekend trip.

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Sometimes, however, the connections are not completely clear, as with the futuristic figures at this stand ......

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Or here in the picture.

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Yes, this splendidly prepared carriage, a predecessor of our mobile car world, which symbolizes the origin more than just as a carriage, can also be rented for events such as your own wedding. In short terms, there is something for every visitor.

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