Slowly, Hans Strobl, who is now almost 70 years old, would like to step down a little and pass on one function after another to younger hands. It is a matter close to his heart that he passes on his knowledge to the pupils at Pongau primary schools, telling them about palm bouquets and ratchet making, erecting May poles, tying a harvest crown, about St. Nicholas and Krampus customs, whip-crackers, traditional dancers and thigh-slappers - and about the wedding host.„It is so important to teach young people our customs," Hans Strobl sums up thoughtfully. Customs must be upheld. It is part of our identity, our culture.
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