Razzmatazz in Frankfurt

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Razzmatazz in Frankfurt,  July 2015

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A colourful note:  the razzmatazz Crayola shade appeared in 1992 as an anonymous crayon to be named in the 1992 competition.  It was officially given its jazzy name in 1993, thanks to the 5½ year old winner, Laura Bartolomei-Hill.

Razzmatazz  is also an English noun, meaning a noisy and noticeable activity, intended to attract attention.  The Frankfurt street above seems to fit that description!

It is also the name, amongst other things, of a song, a raspberry-flavoured liqueur,  a berry-flavoured smoothie and a 1960 cruise ship.

aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 23 March 2016



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