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A man wearing a carnival cap stands in a deserted street in the old town in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional carnival parades are canceled. (Fabian Strauch/DPA via AP), APTOPIX
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A political carnival float depicting the coronavirus vs the carnival virus is rolled out to be shown in the streets when the traditional carnival parade was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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Float creator Jacques Tilly stands in front of a political carnival float depicting German chancellor Angela Merkel and her possible successor Governor Armin Laschet in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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Float creator Jacques Tilly stands in front of a political carnival float depicting German chancellor Angela Merkel and her possible successor Governor Armin Laschet in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting German chancellor Angela Merkel and her possible successor Governor Armin Laschet is rolled out to be shown in the streets of Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting Russia's President Vladimir Putin fighting with opposition Alexei Navalny is rolled out to be shown in the streets in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting Russia's President Vladimir Putin fighting with opposition Alexei Navalny is rolled out to be shown in the streets in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting former US president Donald Trump is rolled out to be shown in the streets in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting former US president Donald Trump is rolled out to be shown in the streets in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting former US president Donald Trump is pulled through the streets in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A young carnival reveller dressed as a clown holds an umbrella in the empty old town in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A lonely man looks in front of the town hall at the empty old town of Duesseldorf Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A young carnival reveller dressed as a clown holds an umbrella in the empty old town in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional; carnival parades are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting climate and coronavirus crisis is driving in the streets of Duesseldorf Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional 'Rosenmontag' carnival parade are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting German chancellor Angela Merkel and her possible successor Governor Armin Laschet is rolled out to be shown in the streets of Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional 'Rosenmontag' carnival parade are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A reveller stands in front of political carnival floats to be shown in the streets of Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional 'Rosenmontag' carnival parade are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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A political carnival float depicting conspiracy theorists is rolled out to be shown in Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional 'Rosenmontag' carnival parade are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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APTOPIX A reveller stands in front of a political carnival float depicting Russia's President Vladimir Putin fighting with opposition Alexei Navalny in the streets of Duesseldorf, Germany, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. Because of the coronavirus pandemic the traditional 'Rosenmontag' carnival parade are canceled but eight floats are pulled through the empty streets in Duesseldorf, where normally hundreds of thousands of people would celebrate the street carnival. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
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Karneval 2021, Mottowagen von Jacques Tilly, Dusseldorf, Deutschland Dusseldorf, NRW, Deutschland. 15. Februar 2021. Donald Trump - Make America Great Again. Obwohl der Rosenmontagszug wegen des Coronavirus ausgefallen ist, prasentiert das Comitee Dusseldorfer Karneval acht von Jacques Tilly entworfene politische Mottowagen, die einzeln durch Dusseldorf fahren sollen. *** Carnival 2021, Mottowagen by Jacques Tilly, Dusseldorf, Germany Dusseldorf, NRW, Germany 15 February 2021 Donald Trump Make America Great Again Although the Rosenmontagszug has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus, the Comitee Dusseldorfer Karneval presents eight political Mottowagen designed by Jacques Tilly to travel individually through Dusseldorf
imago ist zur Vergabe einer einfachen Nutzungslizenz zum Zeitpunkt der Bereitstellung berechtigt. Pers?nlichkeits- und Markenrechte sowie Bestimmungen des Urheberrechts bzgl. abgebildeter Werke sind zu beachten. Kommerzielle Nutzung in Eigenverantwortung.
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on which a figure is supposed to represent a cross between Armin Laschet (CDU), Minister President of North Rhine-Westphalia and CDU Federal Chairman, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, bearing the inscription "Weiter Merkeln mit Armin Laschet", is pushed in front of a float hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with the figure of a priest wearing the acorn of a male limb as a hat is presented in front of the float construction hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure of Russian President Putin being kicked in the crotch by a little Nawalny stands in front of the float construction hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on which the Coronavirus stretches out its train to the carnival virus is presented in front of the float construction hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on abortion rights in Poland drives through the Old Town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure with an opened skull, above it a brain with wings, and the inscription "Querdenkmal" is presented in front of the float construction hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure with an opened skull, above it a brain with wings and the inscription "Querdenkmal" is presented in front of the float construction hall. Behind it is a figure with the Pope. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure meant to represent US President-elect Donald Trump grilling over a fire is presented in front of the float building hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out on the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a representation of the corona virus, the globe and a climate wave is presented in front of the float construction hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A woman in disguise wears a clown nose over an FFP2 mask. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A woman in disguise wears a clown nose over an FFP2 mask. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A woman in disguise throws confetti into the air. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: Police officers control the celebrating carnivalists in the old town. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures are not to travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure of Russian President Putin being kicked in the crotch by a little Nawalny drives through the Altstadt. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure with an opened skull, above it a brain with wings and the inscription "Querdenkmal" drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a representation of the corona virus, the globe and a climate wave drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a bishop's figure wearing a mitre in the shape of an acorn of a male limb as well as a crozier and an incense burner and the words "The core problem of the Catholic Church" drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a bishop's figure wearing a mitre in the shape of an acorn of a male limb as well as a crozier and an incense burner and the words "The core problem of the Catholic Church" drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure meant to represent US President-elect Trump grilling over a fire drives through the Altstadt. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out on the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on abortion rights in Poland drives through the Old Town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure of Russian President Putin being kicked in the crotch by a little Nawalny drives through the Altstadt. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on which a figure is supposed to represent a cross between Armin Laschet (CDU), Minister President of North Rhine-Westphalia and CDU Federal Chairman, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, bearing the inscription "Weiter Merkeln mit Armin Laschet" (Continue Merkeln with Armin Laschet), drives through the Old Town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto cars" out on the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure with an opened skull, above it a brain with wings and the inscription "Querdenkmal" drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a figure meant to represent US President-elect Donald Trump grilling over a fire is presented in front of the float construction hall and photographed by photographers. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out on the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: KOMBO - The combo of two single images shows a political motto car with the figure to the Coronavirus, which drives at the Rosenmontagszug on 24.02.2020 on the market square in front of the historic city hall (o), and on today's Rosenmontag. (to dpa "Shrove Monday: Cool showers instead of confetti rain on Dusseldorf K?") Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: Motto float, on which a figure is supposed to represent a mixture of Armin Laschet (CDU), Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia and CDU Federal Chairman, and Chancellor Angela Merkel, which bears the inscription "Weiter Merkeln mit Armin Laschet", stands in front of a float hall. Behind it is a float with a figure of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on abortion rights in Poland is presented in front of the float building hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on abortion rights in Poland is presented in front of the float building hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float on which a figure is supposed to represent a cross between Armin Laschet (CDU), Minister President of North Rhine-Westphalia and CDU Federal Chairman, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, bearing the inscription "Weiter Merkeln mit Armin Laschet", stands in front of a hall. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: Motto floats with figures. intended to represent the corona virus (r-l) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, are presented in front of the float construction hall on Rose Monday. The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: Jacques Tilly, float builder, stands in front of a motto float on which a figure is supposed to represent a cross between Armin Laschet (CDU), Minister President of North Rhine-Westphalia and CDU Federal Chairman, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, bearing the inscription "Weiter Merkeln mit Armin Laschet". The Dusseldorf carnivalists sent eight of their famous "motto floats" onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures were not supposed to roll through the city as a procession, but separately. The route remained top secret to avoid crowds. Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa
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dpatop - 15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A man wearing a carnival cap stands in a street in Dusseldorf's old town. The Rhineland street carnival actually reaches its climax with the Rose Monday parades. Due to Corona, however, the classic parade through the city is cancelled this year. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa
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15 February 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Duesseldorf: A motto float with a representation of the corona virus, the globe and a climate wave drives through the old town. The Dusseldorf carnivalists have sent eight of their famous "motto floats" out onto the streets on Rose Monday. Due to the pandemic, the larger-than-life caricatures will not travel through the city as a procession, but separately. Photo: Fabian Strauch/dpa

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