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5 Facts About Leap Years

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5 Facts About Leap Years

5 Facts About Leap Years

Julius Caesar implemented the leap year in Rome.

The Julian Calendar was implemented in 46 B.C.E.

Though it was flawed, it remained in place for 16 centuries until the Gregorian Calendar replaced it.

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