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Thousands of people came out for the Bastille Day Festival in New York City on Sunday.

It took place on 60th Street, between Lexington and 5th. Avenues.

French wines, cheeses, and other delicacies were being sampled on the Upper East Side.

For more than ten years, Bastille Day on 60th Street has been the largest public celebration in New York commemorating France’s Independence Day and its historic friendship with the United States.

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