Bastille Day celebrated in France

Bastille Day celebrated in France



Bastille Day celebrated in France

Bastille Day, which is celebrated as a national holiday every year in France, was celebrated with enthusiasm due to the Bastille Prison raid on 14 July 1789, which is considered the most important of the events that started the French Revolution. French President Emmanuel Macron attended the day as commander-in-chief, which was celebrated with a military parade on the Champs-Elysees.

“Bastille Day”, the most important national holiday of France, was celebrated with an official ceremony on the Champs-Elysees Boulevard in Paris.
On 14 July 1789, a military parade was held for Bastille Day, which is celebrated as a national holiday, due to the Bastille Prison raid, which is considered the most important of the events that started the French Revolution.
President Emmanuel Macron, who was at the head of the military units at the parade, greeted the audience.
The French cabinet participated in the military parade held on the Champs-Elysees Boulevard, which started from Concorde Square in the 8th District in the north-west of Paris.
14 July Bastille Day, proposed by the French politician Benjamin Raspail to be celebrated as a national holiday on May 21, 1880, has been celebrated as a national holiday since July 14, 1880.
The French Revolution had begun when the people of Paris, who took up arms on July 14, 1789, seized the Bastille Prison, which they saw as the symbol of royal oppression.


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