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Dec 25, 2022

[Answer] The longest-running Christmas parade in the U.S. takes place in which state?

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...1. New York 2. Illinois 3. Massachusetts 4. New Hampshire




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Illinois - If you wish to take part in the nation's longest-running Christmas parade, head to Peoria, Illinois. The city's holiday parade has marched down Main Street every Thanksgiving weekend since 1887. The inaugural parade was planned to celebrate the completion of a bridge in town, but the following year, Santa made his first appearance — and so the annual tradition was born. Not even World War II nor bad weather has cancelled the parade. Over the years, Santa has made his way downtown via a variety of transportation modes — barge, horse-drawn carriage, and sleigh — to kick off the festivities. :


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