naturheilzentrum campaigns for maintaining traditions and protecting customs
the monday after carnival sunday is such a day of customs and thus, a long-standing tradition of farid zitoun and christian rüger.
carnival in the ruhr metropolis, especially rose monday, is the climax of the fifth season. as in parts of the neighboring countries, such as austria and switzerland, all revelers are particularly crazy on this day, and fasching has then also finally arrived at naturheilzentrum bottrop, and it is celebrated exuberantly with a rose monday parade.
a lively, threefold bottrop helau & alaaf - “dat naturheilzentrum bottrop kütt” (local german dialect for: naturheilzentrum bottrop is coming – typical of the area)
bottrop – the greenest city in the ruhr metropolis – is home to the institution, naturheilzentrum bottrop, and it also is a real carnival hotspot. bottrop, with a little more than 120,000 inhabitants and situated at the edge of the northern ruhr area, might not have the size of mainz, cologne or düsseldorf, but it is in no way inferior to the bigger cities when it comes to carnival. farid zitoun and christian rüger maintain – just like other companies – the carnival period and honor rose monday as a day of customs, and they grant their employees a day off. cheerfully and maybe still slightly clownishly, the team of naturheilzentrum is back at work on tuesday, 17 february at 9 a.m. sharp - with a bac of 0 percent and without a hangover, of course.