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Guy Fawkes Day or Bonfire Night is celebrated outside of Britain.

When the British established their colonies in the Americas and throughout the world, those colonists continued to celebrate Bonfire Night. Today, in places like New Zealand and Canada, Bonfire Night is still celebrated on November 5.

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