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*1st July: '''Canada Day''', formerly Dominion Day, throughout [[Canada]]
 
*1st July: '''Canada Day''', formerly Dominion Day, throughout [[Canada]]
 
*4th July: '''American Independence Day''', throughout the [[USA]]
 
*4th July: '''American Independence Day''', throughout the [[USA]]
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*6th July-14th July: '''San Fermín''' [http://www.pamplona.es/VerPag.asp?IdPag=763&Idioma=5], [[Pamplona]], [[Spain]]
 
*10th July: '''Bahamanian''' Independence Day, throughout the [[Bahamas]]
 
*10th July: '''Bahamanian''' Independence Day, throughout the [[Bahamas]]
 
*14th July: '''Bastille Day''', the [[France|French]] national day. Because day off work is 14th of July celebrations are often held 13th of July
 
*14th July: '''Bastille Day''', the [[France|French]] national day. Because day off work is 14th of July celebrations are often held 13th of July

Revision as of 19:34, 19 January 2006

Specific dates

Every year

Fixed dates

  • 1st July: Canada Day, formerly Dominion Day, throughout Canada
  • 4th July: American Independence Day, throughout the USA
  • 6th July-14th July: San Fermín [1], Pamplona, Spain
  • 10th July: Bahamanian Independence Day, throughout the Bahamas
  • 14th July: Bastille Day, the French national day. Because day off work is 14th of July celebrations are often held 13th of July
  • first weekend in July: Winchester Hat Fair, a festival of street theatre in Winchester, England

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