Federation of European Carnival Cities (FECC)
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1980 Amsterdam Netherlands
1980, Amsterdam (Netherlands), as Foundation of European Carnival Cities (FECC) -- Fondation des cités carnavalesques européennes -- Fundación de las Ciudades Carnavalescas Europeas -- Stiftung der Europäischen Karnevalsstädte -- Fondazione delle Città Europee del Carnevale -- Stichting van de Europese Carnavalssteden -- Sammenslutningen af Europaeiske Karnevalsbyer -- Udruzenje Evropskih Karnevalskih Grazdova -- Idrima Karnavalion ton Evropaikon Poleon. Articles adopted by General Assembly, held during 12th Convention, 20 May 1990, Ålborg (Denmark). Current Statutes revised by General Assembly, held during 13 Convention, 20 May 1993, Curaçao and in 2004, Bulgaria. Registered in accordance with the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Collect knowledge and experiences of organizing mass-events; preserve the carnival heritage; stimulate youth participation in national carnival activities.
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