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Eurovision Song Contest 1971

The Eurovision Song Contest 1971 was the 16th Eurovision, it was held in Ireland on April 3rd and the presenter was Bernadette Ni Ghallchoir[?]. Severine[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Un Banc Un Arbre, Une Rue[?].

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Results

1971 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Marianne Mendt[?] Musik 16 66
Belgium Lily Castell and Jacques Raymond[?] Goeie Morgen, Morgen 14 68
Finland Markku Aro and Koivisto Sisters[?] Tie Uuteen Päivään 8 84
France Serge Lama[?] Un Jardin Sur La Terre 10 82
Germany Katja Ebstein[?] Diese Welt 3 100
Ireland Angela Farrell[?] One Day Love 11 79
Italy Massimo Ranieri[?] L'amore E Un Attimo 5 91
Luxembourg Monique Melsen[?] Pomme, Pomme, Pomme 13 70
Malta Joe Grech[?] Marija L-Maltija 18 52
Monaco Severine[?] Un Banc Un Arbre, Une Rue 1 128
Netherlands Saskia and Serge[?] De Tijd 6 85
Norway Hanne Krogh[?] Lykken Er 17 65
Portugal Tonicha[?] Menina 9 83
Spain Karina[?] En Un Mundo Nuevo 2 116
Sweden Family Four[?] Vita Vidder 6 85
Switzerland Peter, Sue and Marc[?] Les Illusion De Nos Vingt Ans 12 78
United Kingdom Clodagh Rodgers[?] Jack In The Box 4 98
Yugoslavia Krunoslav Slabinac[?] Tvoj dječak je tu˛an 14 68
Venue: Gaiety Theatre Dublin[?] - Dublin, Ireland
The table is ordered by the countries names.

First Appearances Malta

Voting Structure Each Country had 2 Jury Members, one under 25 and one over 25. They each awarded 1 to 5 points for each song.


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