Explanation

Every year, on the 23rd of April, England celebrates Saint George’s Day. Also the National Day of England, Saint George’s Day is a day of celebration in honour of Saint George, the patron saint of England. April 23rd is the traditionally accepted day of his death in 303 AD. In reality, Saint George...

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