After fasting for the past month for Ramadan, Muslims across the world can finally indulge in a feast to celebrate Eid. Biryani, sweets, and lamb kebabs are just some of the foods that will be eaten on Sunday.
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Deadline: Tuesday midnight EST.
For now, here's a look at how the festival has been celebrated around the world in years past. Vote for the slide you think is most inspiring.