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Sarrasani is a German circus that reached world fame before World War II and was resident in Dresden, but also became known as the national circus of Argentina during the years of German separation. Sarrasani was founded by Hans Stosch, a clown with the stage name Giovanni Sarrasani, who was born 1873 in Poznań. Stosch came 1901 to Radebeul near Dresden and the circus had its official premiere 1902 in Meißen. In the year 1912 a stationary circus building opened, which was designed by Max Littmann for Sarrasani. The circus often performed abroad and reached world fame. Its well-known labels were the elephants, but the circus was also known for the Sioux, who were employed from the early years.

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  • Sarrasani es el nombre de un famoso circo cuya sede estuvo en Dresde, Alemania. Fundado en 1912, actuaba en un edificio llamado "El palacio del circo" con capacidad para 5.000 espectadores, siendo el primero de su tipo en emplear energía eléctrica. La primera carpa se erigió en 1901 en la ciudad de Meißen, cercana a Dresde. El célebre "Palacio del circo" data de 1912. El gran domo central tenía 57 metros de diámetro y 47 metros de altura interior, con una pista de 14 metros de diámetro que, entre otros recursos, podía llenarse de agua o elevarse hasta 17 metros.
  • Sarrasani is a German circus that reached world fame before World War II and was resident in Dresden, but also became known as the national circus of Argentina during the years of German separation. Sarrasani was founded by Hans Stosch, a clown with the stage name Giovanni Sarrasani, who was born 1873 in Poznań. Stosch came 1901 to Radebeul near Dresden and the circus had its official premiere 1902 in Meißen. In the year 1912 a stationary circus building opened, which was designed by Max Littmann for Sarrasani. The circus often performed abroad and reached world fame. Its well-known labels were the elephants, but the circus was also known for the Sioux, who were employed from the early years.
  • Sarrasani is een Duits circusbedrijf. Het bedrijf is in 1902 opgericht door Hans Erdmann Franz Stosch sr., die voor de oprichting al onder de artiestennaam Sarrasani actief was. Het aanvankelijk alleen rondreizende circus bouwde in 1912 een vast circustheater in Dresden, dat plaats bood aan zo'n 10.000 toeschouwers. Dat gebouw is tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog net zoals de rest van Dresden verwoest, hetgeen ook in eerste instantie het einde van het circusbedrijf was. In 1956 werd het bedrijf echter in Mannheim heropgericht als reizend circus door Fritz Mey, een schoonzoon van de zoon van de oprichter. In deze hoedanigheid bestaat het nog.
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  • Sarrasani es el nombre de un famoso circo cuya sede estuvo en Dresde, Alemania. Fundado en 1912, actuaba en un edificio llamado "El palacio del circo" con capacidad para 5.000 espectadores, siendo el primero de su tipo en emplear energía eléctrica. La primera carpa se erigió en 1901 en la ciudad de Meißen, cercana a Dresde. El célebre "Palacio del circo" data de 1912. El gran domo central tenía 57 metros de diámetro y 47 metros de altura interior, con una pista de 14 metros de diámetro que, entre otros recursos, podía llenarse de agua o elevarse hasta 17 metros. El circo y todas sus dependencias se incendiaron durante el bombardeo de Dresde el 13 de febrero de 1945. En los periodos de entreguerras y posguerra, el circo realizó giras por Europa y Sudamérica. En 1923 viajó en el vapor Ludendorff a Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Río de Janeiro y São Paulo. Cuando murió el hijo de su fundador Hans Stosch en 1941, la dirección quedó a cargo de su viuda y heredera Trude Stosch-Sarrasani y su mano derecha, el húngaro Gábor Némedy. En 1948, en una de las giras sudamericanas, fue nombrado "Circo Nacional Argentino" por Eva Perón.​ El escritor argentino Gustavo Bernstein relató su historia en el libro Sarrasani, entre la fábula y la epopeya (Biblos, 2000), una crónica novelada en la que acompaña el derrotero del mítico circo por Europa y América en el marco de los sucesos sociopolíticos del último siglo. Distingue tres etapas estéticas en su trayectoria según la conducción estuviera en cabeza de su fundador Hans Stosch-Sarrasani (alias Senior), de su hijo Hans Stoch-Sarrasani hijo (alias Junior) o de su esposa Trude Stoch-Sarrasani.​
  • Sarrasani is a German circus that reached world fame before World War II and was resident in Dresden, but also became known as the national circus of Argentina during the years of German separation. Sarrasani was founded by Hans Stosch, a clown with the stage name Giovanni Sarrasani, who was born 1873 in Poznań. Stosch came 1901 to Radebeul near Dresden and the circus had its official premiere 1902 in Meißen. In the year 1912 a stationary circus building opened, which was designed by Max Littmann for Sarrasani. The circus often performed abroad and reached world fame. Its well-known labels were the elephants, but the circus was also known for the Sioux, who were employed from the early years. From 1923 to 1925 Sarrasani went on its first tour through South America. In these years, Stosch-Sarrasani also introduced innovative marketing concepts and wrote fictive adventure stories Fahrten und Abenteuer, Mit Sarrasani in Südamerika. Totally, about 10 million copies of these booklets were distributed. After the death of Hans Stosch-Sarrasani Sr., his son Hans Stosch-Sarrasani Jr. took directorship. He was followed by his widow, Trude Stosch-Sarrasani, in 1941. The Sarrasani theater was destroyed on 13 February 1945 during the Bombing of Dresden in World War II. Trude Stosch-Sarrasani emigrated to Argentina, where she reestablished the circus in Buenos Aires as the "Circo Nacional Argentino." The Argentine writer tells the story in the book Sarrasani, between the fable and the epic (Biblos, 2000), a fictionalized chronicle in which he accompanies the course of the mythical circus between Europe and America in the context of the sociopolitical events of the last century. The book distinguishes three aesthetic stages in the history of the circus, according to the conduction led by its founder Hans Stosch-Sarrasani (Senior), his son Hans Stoch-Sarrasani son (Junior) or his wife Trude Stoch-Sarrasani.
  • Sarrasani is een Duits circusbedrijf. Het bedrijf is in 1902 opgericht door Hans Erdmann Franz Stosch sr., die voor de oprichting al onder de artiestennaam Sarrasani actief was. Het aanvankelijk alleen rondreizende circus bouwde in 1912 een vast circustheater in Dresden, dat plaats bood aan zo'n 10.000 toeschouwers. Dat gebouw is tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog net zoals de rest van Dresden verwoest, hetgeen ook in eerste instantie het einde van het circusbedrijf was. In 1956 werd het bedrijf echter in Mannheim heropgericht als reizend circus door Fritz Mey, een schoonzoon van de zoon van de oprichter. In deze hoedanigheid bestaat het nog. De coffeeshop Sarasani in Utrecht is naar dit circus vernoemd.
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