April Fools’ Day (sometimes referred to as All Fools’ Day) is celebrated all around the world with pranks and laughter. While most countries celebrate it on April 1st, there are some countries that celebrate it on different dates. Though historical evidence is ambiguous, most believe that when the Gregorian calendar was adopted in the late 1500s, the New Year was moved from April 1 to January 1. Those who kept to the old tradition and the old date were termed as “fools”, and hence the association. Read on to find out how the day of pranks and jokes is celebrated across the globe. FRANCE In France, the holiday is also known as Poisson d’Avril, which translates to April Fish, and is…
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