A day of jubilation and celebration, a day to remember freedom, a day to thank the brave soldiers who died fighting for our rights and freedom, a day to show respect and gratitude towards your motherland. The 4th of July, or Independence Day as we would fondly call it, is a day of celebration for all Americans.
Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the declaration of independence of the united colonies from the British Rule in 1776. Therefore, this made the US one of the first countries to be an independent nation.
It’s a day when the Americans celebrate their freedom from England. So, on this day-fireworks, parades, carnivals, street plays, family reunions, political speeches are a common sight on the streets of America!