Belgian National Day commemorates the signing of the Belgian Constitution on July 21, 1831. This holiday is a celebration of Belgian unity and patriotism. The day is marked by parades, concerts, and fireworks displays.
Belgium is a small country in Western Europe that has played a big role in world history. For centuries, Belgium was ruled by foreign powers including Spain, France, and Austria-Hungary. In 1830, Belgians revolted against their Dutch rulers and declared independence. The new Belgian government drafted a constitution that guaranteed civil rights and freedom of religion.
Today, Belgian National Day is celebrated as an important milestone in the country's history. It reminds Belgians of their shared values and traditions and brings them together to celebrate their independence and national identity
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