The traditional, pagan observance of May Day is founded in it occurring almost directly between which two astronomical events?

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Answer: Spring Equinox / Summer Solstice
More information: The astronomical foundation of May Day lies in it falling almost midway between the vernal equinox (usually 20 March) and the summer solstice (usually 21 June) in the Northern Hemisphere, the part of the world where May Day festivals are often relegated to.


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