INDEPENDENCE DAY

The Independence Day of the United States of America is an annual celebration that takes place every July 4 in commemoration of the Declaration of Independence of the American people that took place in the year 1776. It is the American National Holiday and It is declared a holiday in all states of the nation. During this day, multiple activities are carried out that renew the patriotic feeling of the citizens, such as the traditional parades in the main cities that evoke the time of independence, the raising of the flag in each home and in each place, musical events such as concerts, family camping and the inevitable H ot Dog festival, in which hundreds of thousands of hot dogs are consumedfor the whole day. When night falls, the festivity culminates with a fireworks show that is witnessed by millions of people throughout the territory, who congregate in parks, gardens or any place under the open sky to see it illuminated by colored lights. It is also customary, when meeting in the summer season, to take advantage of the break to go to the beach with family and friends and thus commemorate the day in the sun and the sea.

Declaration of Independence.

Americans commemorate the Declaration of Independence every July 4, an event that took place on July 4, 1776 in the city of Philadelphia, which allowed the nascent American states (thirteen at the time) to have sovereignty over their territory by separating. completely under the power of the Kingdom of Great Britain, a country that since the conquest and during the period of colonization dominated the American soil and its inhabitants. It was the culmination of a long process of independence that led to a war that lasted more than a year, which was motivated by the heavy taxes that the English crown decided to charge its territories in America. Given the discontent of the inhabitants, the creation of a document that sought the declaration of independence began. The proclamation became effective in Congress thanks to a group of men who led the revolution of the colonies against the British crown, they are known as the Founding Fathers and they are: George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson , John Jay and James Madison. Curiously, on July 4, but in the year 1826, two of the recognized leaders of independence died, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who also held the position of president of the nation. On this date, tribute is paid to both heroes of the country. Curiously, on July 4, but in the year 1826, two of the recognized leaders of independence died, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who also held the position of president of the nation. On this date, tribute is paid to both heroes of the country. Curiously, on July 4, but in the year 1826, two of the recognized leaders of independence died, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who also held the position of president of the nation. On this date, tribute is paid to both heroes of the country.

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