Weerer Muller

Deep-rooted tradition

All against the winter: They inspire awe and beat the winter each year in the run. The Weerer Muller are a vivid testimony of deep-rooted tradition.

The hustle and bustle - a UNESCO heritage and a highlight before the spring - should not be missed. Back to the 17th century, the records tell of how big guys with heavy bells go through the village on Carnival Thursdays and elicit dull sounds through rhythmic movements. A "maniacal" man must be, who carries a big, 35-pound clip.