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Independence day!

It’s Independence day- America’s biggest holiday! Fourth of July is the day Americans celebrate their independence from the British Empire. In 1775, the 13 colonies that made up America declared a war of independence against Britain and on July 4,

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4 Safaris to visit!

Africa sounds like a good idea: Its unique fauna and exotic landscapes are perfect for those travelers looking for new locations. There are loads of options that can fit different expectations and budgets. The most popular option is going on

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Love a tree day!

Did you even know this day existed? Each year, on the 16th of May in the US, the moment to celebrate “National Love a Tree Day” arrives. One of the reasons why it is celebrated in May is because this

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It’s Cinco de Mayo!

Cinco de Mayo is an important holiday in the United States that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s  victory over France at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It’s a holiday to celebrate Mexican culture, drink a lot of margaritas and eat

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World Book Day and Sant Jordi Celebration!

23rd April, Sant Jordi is now celebrated around the world as it is World Book Day. This is in remembrance of the deaths of two of the world’s most important authors, William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes. Check out local

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