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Romy Fernandez
September 2nd, Zundert. On the first Sunday of September every year since 1936, Zundert, a small town in the Netherlands that is the birthplace of Vincent van Gogh, puts on the world’s largest volunteer-run flower parade, with a raft of over-the-top floats made from local dahlias. With bonkers-looking entries from competing local districts electrifying the streets of the town with these huge flower creations. This year the neighborhood 't Stuk' won the competition with an amazing creation, "Iguana Interaction".
The neighborhood winner, 't Stuk'.
The neighborhood winner, 't Stuk'.
Third place, the neighborhood 'Tiggelaar'.
Second winner, neighborhood 'Klein-Zundert'.
Second winner, neighborhood 'Klein-Zundert'.
The neighborhood winner, 't Stuk'.
The neighborhood winner 't Stuk', celebrating the victory.
The president of the winner neighbourhood, Thijs Willekens, and the Mayor of Zundert, Leny Poppe-de Looff