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10cf746e54 ^ Carr, Martha (13 July 2009). It consists of three vertical bands of equal width colored blue, white and red. New Zealand The Auckland suburb of Remuera hosts an annual French themed Bastille Day street festival. South Africa Franschhoek's week-end festival has been celebrated for the last 15 years. Background. While previously held elsewhere within or near the capital city, since 1918 it has been held on the Champs-lyses, with the participation of the Allies as represented in the Versailles Peace Conference, and with the exception of the period of German occupation from 1940 to 1944 (when the ceremony took place in London under the command of General Charles de Gaulle). The parade passes down the Champs-lyses from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde, where the President of the French Republic, his government and foreign ambassadors to France stand. Shortly after the storming of the Bastille, late in the evening of 4 August, after a very stormy session of the Assemble Constituante, feudalism was abolished. Bastille Day is a day of celebrations of French culture. For other uses, see Bastille Day (disambiguation).
(Franschhoek, or 'French Corner,' is situated in the Western Cape.) United Kingdom London has a large French contingent, and celebrates Bastille Day at various locations including Battersea Park, Camden Town and Kentish Town. Edinburgh continues to recall the days of the Auld Alliance between Scotland and France with its annual Bastille Day celebration, which is often second only to that of Paris. United States Over 50 U.S. Louis has annual festivals in both the Soulard neighborhood and the former French village of Carondelet, Missouri which include reenactments of the beheading of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, as well as reconstructed French fur trading posts. It was one of the more famous prisons (but by no means the only one). Marie Antoinette, wife of King Louis XVI, is often mistakenly credited with the quote, "Let them eat cake!" Related Links Almanac: France Atlas: France Encyclopedia: FranceFrench RevolutionMarie AntoinetteFacts on Fireworks . Retrieved 18 July 2014. The mob seized the weapons they were looking for and released the prisoners inside. The place had been transformed on a voluntary basis by the population of Paris, in what was recalled as the Journe des brouettes ("Wheelbarrow Day"). Ashgate.