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The origins of Cramignons Argenteau Hermalle in nearly Affected Province of Liege.

the cramignon "wallonne ancient custom, which means the dance moves to the rhythm of the music.

On the basis of political and religious divisions (opposition between liberals and Catholics) in Belgium since the late eighteenth century, between 1830 and 1840 warning of Jeunesses Red and Blue. These colorful names, typical of the Lower Meuse, are rooted in the color of the flower fields that used to tag the time of each company: the poppy in the red and blueberry at the Blues.
At that time, each youth who knew his parish feast, which his "against-festival" where drinks and were already cramignon mix.
Although its etymology is not well defined,
In WS 2 more pictures of the atmosphere during the festival.

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