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What holiday belongs mostly to America? Christmas Day Fat Tuesday Thanksgiving Easter

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Its Christmas Day
It's Thanksgiving, which is celebrated primarily in the U.S. and Canada. Many countries celebrate Christmas Day, Fat Tuesday (also called Mardi Gras, Shrove Tuesday, and Carnaval), and Easter.
It's Thanksgiving, its primarily the celebration of the pilgrims that first discovered the united states, when they received helped from the natives they in turn celebrated with a massive feast for their prosperity.

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Thanksgiving it is, we celebrate Christmas and Easter in Australia, hadn't heard of Fat Tuesday before, but Shrove Tuesday sounds familiar
Fat Tuesday is otherwise known as Mardi Gras (see ). It is associated with the Catholic religion, and Ash Wednesday.

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