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Few na­tional hol­i­days at­tract such global at­ten­tion as US In­de­pen­dence Day, held each year on – you know this al­ready – the 4th of July.

While the en­tire coun­try pauses to cel­e­brate this im­por­tant day, the big­gest party is re­served for New York City, which hosts an al­most ridicu­lously overblown fire­works dis­play, as well as street pa­rades, open-air dance par­ties, film fes­ti­vals, food fes­ti­vals, block par­ties, cook-outs, hang-outs, and just about ev­ery­thing in be­tween. You might not be Amer­i­can, but it’s im­pos­si­ble to avoid be­ing swept up in the party at­mos­phere of New York City on July 4. See ny­cgo.com

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