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Eurovision Song Contest 1992

The Eurovision Song Contest 1992 was the 37th Eurovision, it was held in Sweden on May 9th and the presenters were Harald Treutiger[?] and Lydia Cappolicchio[?]. Linda Martin[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, Why Me?[?].

Results

1992 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Tony Wegas[?] Zusammen geh'n 10 65
Belgium Morgane[?] Nous On Veut Des Violons 20 11
Cyprus Evridiki[?] Teriazoume 11 57
Denmark Lotte Nilsson & Kenny Luebcke[?] Alt Det Som Ingen Ser 12 47
Finland Pave Maijanen[?] Yamma Yamma 23 4
France Kali Monti la rivih 8 73
Germany Wind Träume sind für alle da 16 27
Greece Cleopatra[?] Olou Tou Kosmou I Elpida 5 94
Iceland Heart 2 Heart[?] Nei Eda Ja 7 80
Ireland Linda Martin[?] Why Me? 1 155
Israel Dafna Dekel[?] Ze Rak Sport 6 85
Italy Mia Martini[?] Rapsodia 4 111
Luxembourg Marion Welter[?] Sou Frai 21 10
Malta Mary Spiteri[?] Little Child 3 123
Netherlands Humphrey Campbell[?] Wijs Me De Weg 9 67
Norway Merethe Troean[?] Visjoner 18 23
Portugal Dina[?] Amor D'agua Fresca 17 26
Spain Serafin[?] Todo Esto Es La Musica 14 37
Sweden Christer Bjoerkman[?] Imorgon Aer En Annan Dag 22 9
Switzerland Daisy Auvray[?] Mister Music Man 15 32
Turkey Aylin Vatankos[?] Yaz Bitti 19 17
United Kingdom Michael Ball[?] One Step Out Of Time 2 139
Yugoslavia Extra Nena[?] Ljubim te pesmama 13 44
Venue: Isstadion[?] - Malmoe, Sweden
The table is ordered by the countries names.

Voting Structure Each Country had a Jury who awarded 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points for their top ten songs.


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