Have you seen a Maibaum?

First of all I would like to greet everyone a happy Sunday! I hope that you are enjoying your weekend. I guess you already read my question in my title here; have you seen a Maibaum? Maibaum came from German words Mai and Baum. The first means May, the month of the year and the second one means “tree”. If you I have to translate it in English, they call it Maypole. I guess I have some information about Maypole in my Simply The Best blog. Remember this can never be a cell tower. It is just a pole they put-up every month of May in Germany for some celebration. It has some decorations in it as you can see in the photo here. This is the Maibaum they have in Neusath, a small town here in Bavaria, Germany. We had a great trip there yesterday! feel free to visit my other blogs for more updates
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