Independence Day

Independence Day is well known as July 4th that holds a special place in the hearts of the people of America. On this day, Americans honor the historic event of their nation’s independence.

Thu, July 4, 2024

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When is Independence Day celebrated in US?

Independence Day is the annual celebration of nationhood in the United States. This day honors the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. In the United States of America, Independence Day always celebrated on July 4, unless and until this day falls on Sunday. In which case, it feasts on the next day.

As this day approaches, Americans eagerly expect the extended weekend that accompanies this revered occasion. Moreover, it is very crucial to understand the importance of this day. United State is the country from which Independence Day was declared, as well as the events that unfolded on July 4, 1776.

Is 4th July Independence Day is celebrated as Federal Day?

In the United States, July 4th is a federal holiday and is celebrated annually. This day is dedicated to remembering the signing of the Declaration of Independence as well as the liberation from British rule. This document was duly signed on July 4, 1776 that holds immense importance in American history. It symbolizes the birth of a nation that is founded upon principles of self-determination, freedom and liberty.

The United States of America affirmed its independence from the country named United Kingdom who is known as Great Britain at the time. Before attaining sovereignty, United State of America was composed of thirteen colonies that were established by the British.