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Goth culture has its day

The Wave-Gotik meet held June 6-9 in Leipzig, Germany, attracting around 20,000 people and with hundreds of bands playing, is regarded as one of the largest events for the Goth, Cybergoth, Steampunk and Rivethead subcultures. AFP Photo/John MacDougall

The Wave-Gotik meet held June 6-9 in Leipzig, Germany, attracting around 20,000 people and with hundreds of bands playing, is regarded as one of the largest events for the Goth, Cybergoth, Steampunk and Rivethead subcultures. AFP Photo/John MacDougall


2 responses to “Goth culture has its day”

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