Organizers said Thursday that the parade, troubled in recent years by organizational and financial problems, will be held on Aug. 25 in Essen, one of a cluster of cities in the densely populated western Ruhr region.
The Berlin parade grew from a 1989 peace demonstration into a huge outdoor celebration of club culture that drew about 1.5 million people at its peak in 1999.
However, financial problems forced the cancellation of the increasingly commercialized event in 2004 and 2005. The parade returned last year, attracting between 500,000 and 700,000 people, but organizers failed to reach an agreement with city officials on this year's event.
While a major tourist draw, the parade also has come under fire from environmentalists and some city officials for causing excessive noise and other pollution in the city's central park, the Tiergarten.
The Trump administration is looking for a replacement for the American military contingent in the north of Syria. If the United States agrees with Saudi Arabia, the situation in the south of the country will become a lot more intense as Iran and Israel stand on the brink of war
The United States is concerned about the current crisis in the relations with Russia and suggests returning to reasonable policies to avoid a nuclear war