Bastille Day - French National Holiday This is the French flag.

Bastille Day - French National Holiday This is the French flag.

Bastille Day The French national holiday celebrates the beginning of the French Revolution

Bastille Day The French national holiday celebrates the beginning of the French Revolution

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French national holiday, Bastille Day, 14 July 1789, marked the beginning of the French Revolution

French national holiday, Bastille Day, 14 July 1789, marked the beginning of the French Revolution

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French national holiday falls on a Monday in 2014, making it hard for New Orleans Francophiles mark the occasion in unison. Waiters &Servers Race

French national holiday falls on a Monday in 2014, making it hard for New Orleans Francophiles mark the occasion in unison. Waiters &Servers Race

Ratatouille - traditional French Provencal vegetable dish cooked in oven. Homemade preparation recipe healthy diet

Ratatouille - traditional French Provencal vegetable dish cooked in oven. Homemade preparation recipe healthy diet

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The French national holiday is celebrated every year on the morning of the 14th of July, beginning with a parade led by the President with cadets, motorised troops and air shows. At sunset the celebrations  with spectacular fireworks lighting up the skies all around the Eiffel Tower.

The French national holiday is celebrated every year on the morning of the 14th of July, beginning with a parade led by the President with cadets, motorised troops and air shows. At sunset the celebrations with spectacular fireworks lighting up the skies all around the Eiffel Tower.

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astille Day is the largest French national holiday, so patriotic is the way to go. Get creative with your décor, by playing with the cushions, curtains or the rugs. As an example, replace the solids with classic stripes – a typically French style, seen on everything from their clothing to their home décor accessories – and you are half way there already.

astille Day is the largest French national holiday, so patriotic is the way to go. Get creative with your décor, by playing with the cushions, curtains or the rugs. As an example, replace the solids with classic stripes – a typically French style, seen on everything from their clothing to their home décor accessories – and you are half way there already.

New Orleans: Vive la France! JULY 3, 2014 BY JIM HARMON LEAVE A COMMENT Share Button  Pin ItEmail inShare Bastille Day Parlez-vous français? Well, this is your chance! The French National Holiday is this month and the city of New Orleans is about to come alive with its French-ness and celebrate its roots. | Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias |  http://toplouisianalawyer.com/

New Orleans: Vive la France! JULY 3, 2014 BY JIM HARMON LEAVE A COMMENT Share Button Pin ItEmail inShare Bastille Day Parlez-vous français? Well, this is your chance! The French National Holiday is this month and the city of New Orleans is about to come alive with its French-ness and celebrate its roots. | Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias | http://toplouisianalawyer.com/

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