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Eurovision Song Contest 1969

The Eurovision Song Contest 1969 was the 14th Eurovision, it was held in Madrid, Spain on March 29th and the presenter was Laurita Valenzuela[?]. There were four winners of this Eurovision (As there was no rule for a tie at this time.); Frida Boccara[?] with Un Jour Un Enfant[?], Lennie Kuhr[?] with De Troubadour, Salome with Vivo Cantando[?] and Lulu with Boom Bang A Bang[?].

Results

1969 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Belgium Louis Neefs[?] Jennifer Jennings 7 10
Finland Jarkko and Laura[?] Kuin Silloin Ennen 12 6
France Frida Boccara[?] Un Jour, Un Enfant 1 18
Germany Siw Malmkvist[?] Primaballerina 9 8
Ireland Muriel Day and The Lindsays[?] The Wages Of Love 7 10
Italy Iva Zanicchi[?] Due Grosse Lacrime Bianche 13 5
Luxembourg Romuald[?] Catherine 11 7
Monaco Jean Jacques[?] Maman Maman 6 11
Netherlands Lennie Kuhr[?] De Troubadour 1 18
Norway Kirsti Sparboe[?] Oj, Oj, Oj, Sa Glad Jeg Skal Bli 16 1
Portugal Simone De Oliveira[?] Desfolhada 15 4
Spain Salome Vivo Cantando 1 18
Sweden Tommy Korberg[?] Judy Min Vaen 9 8
Switzerland Paola Del Medico[?] Bonjour Bonjour 5 13
United Kingdom Lulu Boom Bang-A-Bang 1 18
Yugoslavia Ivan[?] Pozdrav svijetu 13 5
Venue: Teatro Real[?] - Madrid, Spain
The table is ordered by the countries names.

Voting Structure Each Country had 10 Jury Members who each decided the best song and each awarded 1 point.


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