The Independence Day of France is celebrated yearly on 14 July and is a national holiday. The common name given to the National Day of France in English-speaking countries is Bastille Day. The French Independence Day is the anniversary of the Bastille’s Storming, a prominent French Revolution event that happened on 14 July 1789. On 14 July 1790, Fete de la Federation celebrated the unity of the French people. 14 July is one of the revolutionary days in Paris.