Nuremberg International Toy Fair 2011

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The Nuremberg Toy Fair, open to industry professionals only, is one of the biggest events of its kind. At the 62nd edition of the fair, about a million toys from more than 2,640 exhibitors from over 60 countries worldwide are on display.

The six day long fair is open from February 2 to February 8, 2011. Below are pictures from the Nuremberg International Toy Fair.


Designer Alexander van de Rostyne kissed a Silverlit toy helicopter during a media preview for the 61st International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany, Wednesday.


A boy is playing with a new fantasy toy figure by Schleich during the press preview of the 62nd International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Feb. 2, 2011.


Models present flying toys at the company Tosy Robotics booth from Vietnam


Models dressed the same way as different Ken dolls pose during the press preview day of the International Toy Fair Nuernberg, Feb. 2, in Nuremberg, Germany. Mattel celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Ken doll.

Germany Toy Fair


A woman poses next to the Space Phoenix flying device by Silverlit


Golden Retriever Sandy sniffs at 'Cookie' of the toy company FurReal Friends during the 62nd Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany, Feb. 2. The interactive electronic cuddle toy reacts to noises and movements of it's surrounding.


Barbie doll based soccer tables


A man controls an AR. Drone


A girl plays with a dollhouse by Mattel



A model dressed in a Ken costume poses with Ken doll in the exhibition booth fo the US company Mattel





Photos: Reuters / Getty Images / EPA

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