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Bonfire Night

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  • 1. Bonfire Night
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      Bonfire Night is an annual celebration held on the evening of 5 novenber
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      In the UK, where until 1859 it was compulsory by decree celebrate the salvation of the king, traditionally the celebration included fireworks and bonfires on building with burned Guys, who were just dummies with the effigy of Guy Fawkes, the most known of all the conspirators of 1605. On the eve of november 5 Guys were using children to borrow money penny shouting for the guy. Traditionally, penny was used to buy firewors.
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      -Peas
      Apples
    -Roast potatoes
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      There are various typical dishes of the day as caramel apples, jacket potatoes , black peas with vinegar , or the bonfire toffe among others.
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