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Eurovision Song Contest 1995

The Eurovision Song Contest 1995 was the 40th Eurovision, it was held in Ireland on May 13th and the presenter was Mary Kennedy[?]. Secret Garden[?] was the winner of this Eurovision with the song, "Nocturne"[?].

Results

1995 Eurovision Song Contest
Country Artist(s) Song Place Points
Austria Stella Jones[?] Die Welt Dreht Sich Verkehrt 13 67
Belgium Frederic Etherlinck[?] La Voix Est Libre 20 8
Bosnia and Herzegovina Davorin popović[?] 21st Century 19 14
Croatia Magazin & Lidija[?] Nostalgia 6 91
Cyprus Alex Panayi[?] Sti Fotia 9 79
Denmark Aud Wilken[?] Fra Mols Til Skagen 5 92
France Nathalie Santamaria[?] Il Me Donne Rendez-Vous 4 94
Germany Stone & Stone[?] Verliebt In Dich 23 1
Greece Elina Konstantopoulou[?] Pia Prosefchi 12 68
Hungary Csaba Szigetj[?] Uj Nev Egy Regi Haz Falan 22 3
Iceland Bo Halldorsson[?] Nuna 15 31
Ireland Eddie Friel[?] Dreamin' 14 44
Israel Liora[?] Amen 8 81
Malta Mike Spiteri[?] Keep Me In Mind 10 76
Norway Secret Garden[?] Nocturne 1 148
Poland Justyna[?] Sama 18 15
Portugal To Cruz[?] Baunilha E Chocolate 21 5
Russia Philipp Kirkorow[?] Lullaby For A Volcano 17 17
Slovenia Darja Švajger[?] Prisluhni mi 7 84
Spain Anabel Conde[?] Vuelve Conmigo 2 119
Sweden Jan Johansen[?] Se Paa Mej 3 100
Turkey Arzu Ece[?] Sev 16 21
United Kingdom Love City Groove[?] Love City Groove 10 76
Venue: The Point[?] - Dublin, Ireland
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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