Place de la Bastille

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July 14, 1789, the Bastille was stormed by a group of French people. The reclaiming of the prison by these individuals was a defining moment in the French Revolution. Today, “Bastille Day” is a national celebration–much like the 4th of July in the United States–complete with fireworks, public gatherings, and a remembrance of French History.

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Michael Ray

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