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For the biblical Fall, see Fall of man.

Autumn foliage

Fall, or autumn, is one of the four seasons of the year, coming after summer and before winter. It occurs from September to December in the northern hemisphere and from March to June in the southern hemisphere.

Brilliant autumn foliage, superb hunting opportunities, temperate climates and the feeling of change makes it the most popular season for weddings.[1] Halloween and Thanksgiving Day are celebrated during fall.