people clebrate bastille day
i have heard of Bastille day is usa but we don't really celebrate it.
None, only France celebrates Bastille Day.
No, Bastille Day is only relevant to France, not Canada or Québec.
Other countries don't celebrate this very festive, the French celebrate their national day called Bastille Day. Bastille was actually a castle which a mob attacked in 1789, there were only half a dozen prisoners.
The French celebrate Bastille Day.
Bastille Day is celebrated on July 14.
the 14th of July.
The French celebrate Bastille Day because it marks the day when the French revolution started and also the process of their nation getting rid of the monarchy, to become a republic.
Every Bastille Day is celebrated by a military parade during the morning. Many families celebrate by having a Bastille Day feast in the middle of the afternoon.
Celebrate the revolution of 1779
They celebrate Bastille Day.
People in France celebrate New Years Day, Christmas, Easter, Bastille Day, Labor Day, VE Day, Armistice Day, and Whit Monday. Only May Day is a paid holiday.
they celebrate this speacial date on the best day of them all..... you tell me
They celebrate Bastille Day, which is considered their independence day.
they both celebrate military victory
Bastille Day is celebrated on July 14th. It commemorates the change in regimes in France. The destruction of the Bastille Prison marked the change to democracy in France.
yes they do
Bastille Day on July 14th.
Bastille Day. It was the day the French people raided the Bastille jail in search of gun powder and arms.