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In Great Britain, Bonfire Night is associated with the tradition of Guy Fawkes' Night.[1] The modern event is held annually on or near 5 November, although its sectarian significance has generally been lost: it is now simply a night of revelry and fireworks. Celebrations are held throughout Great Britain, in parts of Northern Ireland, and in some other parts of the Commonwealth. In Canada, 5 November is commemorated with bonfires and firework displays,[2] and it is officially celebrated in South Africa

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san78

Asked by san78 at 11:49 AM on Dec. 4, 2012 in Crazy for Credits

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  • THanks for the info
    Alisim

    Answer by Alisim at 12:24 PM on Dec. 4, 2012

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