Yes!People all over Europe celebrate Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Europe. Only a few countries celebrate Thanksgiving and the United States and Canada are the main two.
No, Thanksgiving is not a holiday in any of Europe's countries.
The first actual thanksgiving was called the "First Thanksgiving". :-]
The day after thanksgiving is THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING!
Thanksgiving Day is not celebrated anywhere other than the US.
Thanksgiving is a North American Celebration, it is not celebrated in Europe. Thanksgiving is a feast started by the pilgrims who gave thanks to God for finally arriving in the new world ( America)
Thanksgiving, the same as it is called in the US.
It was a harvest festival and not called Thanksgiving.
False, the first thanksgiving was not called that by the pilgrims.
Two European countries have a traditional Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving-esque celebration. In the Netherlands, the town of Leiden holds a church service each year on the morning of American Thanksgiving to commemorate the Pilgrims who left from Leiden to travel to America. In Germany, a Christian harvest thanksgiving festival called Erntedankfest is celebrated in early October. Like the American Thanksgiving, Erntedankfest also includes large meals.
Canada: Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving is an American and Canadian holiday.
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Thanksgiving took place because when all the troops came home they would have a gathering. And a gathering is what the people called Thanksgiving before they came up with the name "Thanksgiving". So, when they founded the name Thanksgiving, they called it Thanksgiving instead of a gathering. I hope that helped! :)
They call it Thanksgiving or in Canadian french it is called: Jour de l'Action de grâce.
France use the same word, but rarely as it is of little use outside the US. Thanksgiving is barely known, and is not a holiday in Europe.
It was originally called day of wellness.
Thanksgiving is called "El dia de accion de gracias"
Dia de Accion de Gracias (literally, Thanksgiving Day). You should note however, that Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Mexico.
The English people (People from Europe) who came to america in 1600s.
Yes. It is called Erntedankfest.
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade was originally called "Macy' Christmas Parade" when it began in 1924.
Thanksgiving is an American holiday. Europeans do not celebrate Thanksgiving as we know it.Some of the main celebrations in Europe, and around the world, are Christmas eve and Christmas day, New year's eve (sometimes called Sylvester's day) New year's day, Valentine's day, May Day, Easter, Summer and winter Solstice, Autumnal and Vernal Equinox, and Independence day (A different day for each country).The Netherlands is the only country in Europe that celebrates Thanksgiving, because some of the first Pilgrims came from Leiden in the Netherlands. Like in the USA and Canada, they would have a big meal.
There is no such thing. Only the USA celebrates thanksgiving as a national event.