Have you always wanted to experience the Oberammergau Passion Play - Here is your opportunity to Witness this once in [LEAK] lifetime event.
In the 17th century the thirty years’ war took place (1618-1648) in central Europe and was one of history’s most devastating. As A result of the war, poverty and disease was widespread and thousands died as a result of the plague. In the small village of Oberammergau alone there were 80 deaths. During this time of suffering the citizens of Oberammergau made a sacred pledge that every 10 years they would perform a “Play of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ” if God would protect Them from the plague. Legend has it that after the vow was made, there was not even one further case of Bubonic Plague in the village and those town members that already were afflicted recovered.
The Passion Play is performed every 10 years in the City of Oberammergau, Germany. The Oberammergau Passion Play is a play of Life and death, promised in a moment of mortal threat, and so began the history of the play in 1633. The Passion Play takes place outdoors where the sky and mountains are the back drop. A wonderful spectacle of pageantry. World renown for the costumes and music presentation. Now, more than 2,000 citizens make up the actors, singers, instrumentalists and stage technicians that bring the play to life in approximately six hours of playing time. The year 2020 marks the 42nd time the story will be presented in Oberammergau.
We will visit Munich, Prague, Budapest, Vienna, Salzburg, Austria and so much more.
We will be in a small group - so there are a limited number of seats. Please book now to avoid disappointment.
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