Krampus of Tarvisio

Krampus of Tarvisio, Italy.
Images of the popular festival and the most important touristic ski village of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

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Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children
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photographer:  Federica Cattaruzzi
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children "bad." Their faces are covered with evil and scary masks; their clothes are tattered, dirty and worn. The Krampus when
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Bad Santa, meet Krampus: a half-goat, half-demon, horrific beast who literally beats people into being nice and not naughty. Krampus, whose name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. The le
A very cold and clear sunrise from the top of Mount Lussari, a 1789 m. mountain of the Julian Alps that owes its fame mainly to the convent built in the sixteenth century on top of it.
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photographer:  Padraic Giardina
A very cold and clear sunrise from the top of Mount Lussari, a 1789 m. mountain of the Julian Alps that owes its fame mainly to the convent built in the sixteenth century on top of it.
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children
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photographer:  Federica Cattaruzzi
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children "bad." Their faces are covered with evil and scary masks; their clothes are tattered, dirty and worn. The Krampus when
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children
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photographer:  Federica Cattaruzzi
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children "bad." Their faces are covered with evil and scary masks; their clothes are tattered, dirty and worn. The Krampus when
Winter at Fusine lakes, Tarvisio, Julian alps, Italy
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photographer:  Andrea Pavan
Winter at Fusine lakes, Tarvisio, Julian alps, Italy
Tarvisio's church after an heavy snowfall. Tarvisio in an alpine town near the border with Austria and Slovenia
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photographer:  Luciano Gaudenzio
Tarvisio's church after an heavy snowfall. Tarvisio in an alpine town near the border with Austria and Slovenia
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children
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photographer:  Federica Cattaruzzi
Krampus during the traditional festival. The Krampus are men-wild goats and very disturbing that roam the streets in search of children "bad." Their faces are covered with evil and scary masks; their clothes are tattered, dirty and worn. The Krampus when
Sunset and pink clouds above Mangart Group
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photographer:  Luciano Gaudenzio
Sunset and pink clouds above Mangart Group
Cottage under snow near Sanctuary Mont Lussari
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Cottage under snow near Sanctuary Mont Lussari
Julian Alps,  Sanctuary Monte Lussari
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Julian Alps, Sanctuary Monte Lussari
Julian Alps, cableways to Mount Lussari
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Julian Alps, cableways to Mount Lussari
Julian Alps, the small village adjacent to the sanctuary Monte Lussari
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Julian Alps, the small village adjacent to the sanctuary Monte Lussari
Julian Alps, the path that crosses the slopes of Mount Prasnig
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Julian Alps, the path that crosses the slopes of Mount Prasnig
 Ski slope with a view to Mount Lussari
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photographer:  Anne Maenurm
Ski slope with a view to Mount Lussari
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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photographer:  Maria Fancello
Krampus are horned, antropomorphic folklore figures companions of Saint Nicholas. You can meet them on the 5th or 6th December in regions including Austria, Bavaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Northern Italy. This photo was taken in Tarvisio, Friuli V
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