6 places around the world where Thanksgiving festivals are celebrated

Thanksgiving Day is acknowledged as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest, and of the preceding year.

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Today, Thursday 26th November is Thanksgiving Day in the United States.

Thanksgiving Day is  acknowledged as  a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest, and of the preceding year.

While Thanksgiving Day is popularly celebrated as a national holiday in Canada and the United States, several countries around the world also observe similar celebrations.

Here are 6 countries around the world that celebrate Thanksgiving and how said festivals are celebrated:

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