1989

Lausanne, Switzerland

1
1
137 points
Riva
137 points
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2
2
130 points
Photo is missing
130 points
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3
3
111 points
Birthe Kjær
111 points
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4
4
110 points
Tommy Nilsson
110 points
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5
5
97 points
Photo is missing
Thomas Forstner
97 points
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6
6
88 points
88 points
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7
7
76 points
Anneli Saaristo
76 points
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8
8
60 points
Photo is missing
Nathalie Pâque
60 points
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9
9
56 points
Anna Oxa and Fausto Leali
56 points
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9
9
56 points
Photo is missing
56 points
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11
11
51 points
Fanny Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis
51 points
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12
12
50 points
Photo is missing
Gili ve Galit
50 points
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13
13
47 points
47 points
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14
14
46 points
Nino de Angelo
46 points
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15
15
45 points
Photo is missing
Justine Pelmelay
45 points
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16
16
39 points
Photo is missing
Da Vinci
39 points
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17
17
30 points
Photo is missing
Britt Synnøve Johansen
30 points
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18
18
21 points
Photo is missing
Kiev Connolly and the Missing Passengers
21 points
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19
19
13 points
Ingeborg
13 points
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20
20
8 points
Photo is missing
Park Café
8 points
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21
21
5 points
Photo is missing
Pan
5 points
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22
22
0 points
Daníel Augúst Haraldsson
0 points
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Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 1989 was held at Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland.
22 countries participated.
It was the first win for Yugoslavia in ESC.

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