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  • ...s traveling by train were used to transport the circus equipment and house the personnel. ...iness). From humble beginnings, Karel Kludský had managed to build one of the biggest traveling circuses in Europe, which was subsequently continued and
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  • ...tria, and which had no connection (beside the use of its famous name) with the legendary [[Cirque Medrano (Paris)|Parisian circus]]. ...ties, the Casartelli family managed to become in just a few decades one of the largest circus families in Europe; it counts today about one hundred member
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  • ...al undertones, dominated (and occasionally brought close to bankruptcy) by the larger-than-life personality and extravagant vision of its famous founder, ...s—as well as innovative techniques that stand today as milestones in the history of modern circus. His achievements influenced rivals such as [[Carl
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  • ...it became Norway’s largest and best-known circus, and remained so until the late 1970s, when Knut Dahl’s new [[Cirkus Merano]] slowly rose to a domin ...ersen on October 12, 1912 in Sarpsborg, on the southeastern tip of Norway, the son of Einar (1888-1967) and Elna (1895-1920) Andersen. His father was a lu
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  • ...ted an amazingly faithful and enthusiastic following in the countryside of the south of England—not a large territory, but Nell Gifford wanted hers ...y moved from Oxford to a farm in a village called Minety, in Wiltshire. In the English countryside, horse riding is an integral part of life and Nell beca
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  • ...ized the opportunity, and his name soon became synonymous with "circus" in the United Kingdom and would remain so until Cottle’s untimely death in 2021. ===Gerry Melville, The Teenage Juggler===
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