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Belgium: Brussells – Which holiday is celebrated on November in Europe?

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November 11th is Armistice Day and the End of the First World War

Armistice – Europe celebrates the Armistice of the First World War, signed on November 11, 1918, in a wagon stopped in the forest of Compiègne (Oise). After four years of struggle, this treaty puts an end to the fighting, recognizing the Allies’ victory and the Germans’ defeat.

The King of Brussells Philippe Léopold Louis Marie attended this beautiful celebration. Mr. Patrick Van den Eede Civil Diplomat Jethro and the President of the Soul of Europe, his friend Mr. Patrick Huart, and citizens from the world.

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