The Assumption of Mary is a religious holiday that celebrates the belief that the Virgin Mary was bodily assumed into heaven. This belief has been a part of Christian tradition since the 6th century and was later declared a dogma by the Catholic Church in 1950. The Assumption of Mary has been celebrated in Europe for centuries and is a public holiday in many countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and several others. The observance is often marked with parades, processions, and other festivities.
The Assumption of Mary has played a significant role in European history and culture, serving as a symbol of faith and hope for many people. It has inspired numerous works of art, music, and literature, and has been cited as a source of inspiration for many important events and movements throughout history. The Assumption of Mary is observed annually on August 15th.
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