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  • It showed both bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri on -- it looked like a picnic up in the mountains on a volksmarch with their canes, wandering around looking healthy.

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  • There are no particular skills needed to volunteer, just the willingness to contribute to a successful volksmarch.

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  • There is a volksmarch in Hohenfels this weekend, too.

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  • Bamberg, Germany, is also sponsoring a volksmarch next weekend.

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  • If you haven't got something planned, why not take her on a volksmarch?

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  • We recently attended a volksmarch in the nearby town of Sittard, Netherlands.

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  • A volksmarch combined with a Volksfest - can it get any better?

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  • Tuesday, the town of Winnenden, Germany, is having a special Fasching volksmarch.

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  • Why not spend some quality time with your sweetheart on a volksmarch?

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  • We believe that an important part of reaching volksmarch goals is proper, long-term planning.

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  • It's called Volksmarch outside of Germany. Do the Germans actually that spelling, or do they writeVolksmarsch?

    January 18, 2009

  • Literally 'peoples' march' in German - non-competitive fitness walking

    January 18, 2009