5 Large Fourth Of July Celebrations

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Large Fourth of July Celebrations

The Fourth of July is a time to reflect on our nation's rich history, and Americans have perfected the art of making it fun. From fireworks shows that cost millions of dollars to multiple-day festivals, U.S. citizens go to extremes when it comes to showing pride for their country.
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