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In Europe, the summer holidays mean, since the nineteenth century, the longest period of school holidays and today usually refer the months of July and August.Indeed, these are the two hottest months of the year, and the harvest period that previously required the presence of children from their parents in the fields for agricultural work. Now they designate, and this since the second half of the twentieth century, the summer holidays by the advent of paid leave and theirconsequences tourist.

In France, they usually start after exams such as the brevet or the baccalaureate at the end of June and usually end in early September, except for students workingfour days per week or for students faculty for whom the school year starts in October.

During this period, students take the opportunity to earn money through summer jobs. This period is accompanied by a massive influx of tourists from around the world.

Source : www.wikipedia.org

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