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Bastille Day Fun Facts!

In the U.S. the country's independence is celebrated on July 4th, and France has a similar holiday just ten days later called Bastille Day! Check out these Bastille Day Fun Facts! Back to Article

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Un-thinkableImaginary:3
Un-thinkableImaginary:3 wrote:
2013-07-14 13:24:57 -0700

To the people that live in France, Happy Bastille Day! Big Grin

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-ZeroHero-
-ZeroHero- wrote:
2013-07-14 12:44:25 -0700

I have a playmate back then called Bastille ._.

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-ZeroHero-
-ZeroHero- wrote:
2013-07-14 12:44:25 -0700

I have a playmate back then called Bastille ._.

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BunnieGal
BunnieGal wrote:
2013-07-14 11:17:42 -0700

Bon anniversaire, Francis! Wink

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snoopy430
snoopy430 wrote:
2013-07-13 11:44:52 -0700

plane picture is cool

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sajadel
sajadel wrote:
2013-07-13 00:37:09 -0700

i don't even celebrate Bastille day fun facts!

but it looks reallly awsome

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sajadel
sajadel wrote:
2013-07-13 00:37:09 -0700

i don't even celebrate Bastille day fun facts!

but it looks reallly awsome

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missyy11
missyy11 wrote:
2013-07-12 15:11:08 -0700

i is so romantic

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magic_in_love356
magic_in_love356 wrote:
2013-07-12 15:01:56 -0700

pricetag i think it its the most romantic thing ever its on my favorits

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pricetag
pricetag wrote:
2013-07-12 14:54:53 -0700

I wish i could go on top of the Eiffel tower to watch the fireworks. It would be romantic!

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xPrincessPikachux
xPrincessPikachux wrote:
2013-07-12 12:52:29 -0700

OMG IT'S SO BEAUTIFUL!

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-12 11:59:29 -0700

Kool

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