September 2nd, Vietnam National Day

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National Day of Vietnam is observed every year on September 2 in Vietnam. The day is also called the Independence Day of Vietnam. It is a public holiday in the country with businesses and schools staying shut. This day marks the independence of Vietnam from the French in 1945. National Day of Vietnam is marked by the Vietnamese by attending speeches, events, and carnivals that are organized in cities across the country. It is a day of much festivity and joy. On this day, the country also sees a surge of tourists wanting to see and take part in the festivities. 2022 is the 77 th anniversary day of Vietnam Indépendance – Must See In Vietnam Editor

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