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Holiday That Americans Love To Celebrate (Infographic Transcription)

The US has 10 Annual Federal Holidays Inauguration Day, Which happens every 4 years in also a Federal Holiday. There are also holidays which can be exclusive to certain states as they can choose whichever holiday they can observe.

Independence Day or the 4th of July

July 4, 1776 the trial chart of the declaration of Independence was adopted by the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia During these speeches, fireworks and parades are very common.

New Year’s Day

New Year’s Day is basically the day that follows New Year’s Eve it is not limited to the US alone as hundreds of countries all over the world celebrate this holiday. The way First New Year’s Day was celebrated in Babylon some 4000 years ago. The Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball to where people come to watch as a large ball of about 12 foot and 11,895 lbs is dropped in the Times Square.


Christmas is the most celebrated holiday in the U.S. and the whole world 92% of Americans, say they celebrate Christmas American houses would often be decorated with lots of lights as well as statue of Santa Clause angels and other Christmas figures


Thanksgiving day is federal holiday and is considered as the longest paid vacation that people can get Turkey is the most permanent part of thanksgiving dinner During this holiday, people generally reunite with their families while also preparing a large Thanksgiving dinner missed this parts because cant understand some words. here  
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