Are we seeing the remake of ‘The Three Musketeers’? That question will surely entertain a lot of folks, who have come across a short clip of a hair-raising sword fight between old British musketeers. The video, shot among grand castles, has received a lot of shares on social media.
Truth is, this top-notch sword-fighting is just part of the spectacular carnival parade put together by almost 100 talented European performing artists.
These performances will be held daily during midday time (10h-14h) at the main stage at Square Du Dome, French village.
Vivid, vibrant and only few centimeters away from the naked eyes, the sword fight is bound to be stupefying at every moment.
No one could possibly think the two intense-looking swordsmen dressed in the-old-day English musketeer costumes can be putting on an act.
They throw themselves in the air, hanging on the wall edges, sneaking across the shabby European roads in French village. Each and every fencing act is skillfully smooth and perfectly elegant.
“If the tour guide hadn’t told, I would have thought this was some kind of a shooting session by a film-making crew.”, said a Korean tourist.
Stone walls adorned by green ivy together with lofty tower turrets make a stunning shooting sight.
Sharp and fierce blades clinking in breath-taking action scenes on the highest castle walls, leave spectators jaws-dropped in awe.
Wanna try sword-fighting with ‘The Three Musketeers’ at Sun World Ba Na Hills? Please, welcome as our musketeers are ready and awaiting you at feet. And what’s more?
They’ll give you the best of smiles when you brag with your friends at home that you have ‘fought’ with a musketeer in the faraway European land.