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Revolution Day Egypt
23-23 July 2010
Revolution Day or the Day of the Revolution refers to public holidays or remembrance days in various country held in commemoration of an important event in the country's history, usually the starting   read more...
Unity Day Rwanda
05-05 July 2010
5th July is Peace and Unity Day in Rwanda.

This day is actually the anniversary of the 1973 coup via which Hutu leader Juvenal Habyarimana took power from Gre  read more...
Canada Day
01-01 July 2010
Canada Day is Canadas national day, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act which united two British colonies and a prov  read more...
Heroes Day Zambia
01-01 July 2010
Heroes' Day or National Heroes' Day may refer to a number of commemorations of national heroes in different countries. It is often held on the birthday of a national hero or heroine, or the anniversar  read more...
Republic Day Ghana
01-01 July 2010
July 1 is the day on which Ghana became an independent republic in 1960. 

Ghana's Republic Day celebration is one of the most striking in West Africa, du  read more...
Confederation Day Switzerland
01-01 July 2010
The day was chosen because August 1st 1291  was the date on which three Alpine cantons swore the oath of confederation, an act which later came to be regarded as the foundation of Switzerland. read more...
Emancipation Day Trinidad and Tobago
01-01 July 2010
On August 1, 1985, Trinidad and Tobago became the first country in the world to declare a national holiday to commemorate the abolition of slavery. 

Ther 
Carabobo Day Venezuela
24-24 June 2010
In Venezuela each 24th June is celebrated as "Battle of Carabobo Day" It is also called "Army Day".

It celebrates the victory over Spain in 1821 in one of the   read more...
Inti Raymi Peru
24-24 June 2010
Inti Raymi was the biggest, most important festivity ever carried out in Inca (Inka) times.

Inti Raymi marks the beginning of a new year. Today is still celebr  read more...
Saint Johns Day Andorra
24-24 June 2010
St. John’s Day (sometimes called the Feast of St. John) is celebrated on June 24 every year.

The Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Church, and some Protestant  read more...
Day of the Sea Japan
20-20 June 2010
Marine Day known as 'Ocean Day' or 'Sea Day' is a Japanese national holiday celebrated on the third Monday in July.

Many people take advantage of the holiday  
Flag Day Argentina
20-20 June 2010
The flag of Argentina was officially adopted in 1812.

The Argentinean flag is designed with three equal horizontal bands light blue, white and light blue with  read more...
Labour Day Trinidad and Tobago
19-19 June 2010
Labour Day or Labor Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day move  read more...
Martyrs Day Burma
19-19 June 2010
Martyrs Day has been observed as a public holiday in Myanmar since 1948.

Burma, officially the Union of Myanmar, is the largest country by geographical area i  read more...
Rivera Day Puerto Rico
17-17 June 2010
Luis Muñoz-Rivera was born on this day in 1859 in Barranquitas, Puerto Rico.

Muñoz-Rivera's birthday is a public holiday in Puerto Rico. His hometown of Barr  read more...
Flag Day United States of America
14-14 June 2010
People across the United States celebrate Flag Day on June 14 each year to honor the United States flag and to commemorate the flag’s adoption.

Many people  
Bastille Day France
14-14 June 2010
Bastille Day is the French national holiday which is celebrated on 14 July each year.

In France, it is formally called La Fete Nationale and commonly le quato  read more...
Chaco Peacel Paraguay
12-12 June 2010
Chaco Armistice is celebrated on June 12, 1935.

It commemorates the Chaco War was fought between Bolivia and Paraguay over control of a great part of the Gran  read more...
Orangemans Day Ireland
12-12 June 2010
Orangemen's Day commemorates the Battle of the Boyne, which took place in 1690 outside Drogheda, now in the Republic of Ireland.

It is a provincial holiday in 
Revolution Day Mongolia
11-11 June 2010
Naadam is a traditional type of festival in Mongolia.

The festival is also locally termed "eriin gurvan naadam"  "the three games of men". The games are   read more...
Memorial Day South Korea
06-06 June 2010
Memorial Day or Hyeonchung-il is celebrated each year in South Korea on 6th June.

The day is set aside to honour soldiers and civilians who have given their l  read more...
Labour Day Bahamas
04-04 June 2010
Labour Day or Labor Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day move  read more...
Madaraka Day Kenya
01-01 June 2010
The first day of June is a red letter day for Kenya.

This day is known as Madaraka Day in Kenya and is declared as a public holiday in the country. It is no or  read more...
Foundation Day Australia
01-01 June 2010
Foundation Day is a public holiday in Western Australia and is celebrated each year in many different and special ways.

Foundation Day, 1 June, marks a signif 
Regiment Day Brunei
31-31 May 2010
Brunei is an oil-rich tropical country that is located on the northern coast of Borneo in Southeast Asia.

It is a very rich sultanate for its small size and s  read more...
Kataklysmos Cyprus
27-27 May 2010
The annual Kataklysmos (Festival of the Flood) is a festival celebrated for five days fifty days after Easter in all the coastal towns, but the biggest event takes place in Larnaka.

Africa Day
25-25 May 2010
Africa Day is the annual commemoration on May 25 of the 1963 founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).

On this day, leaders of 30 of the 32 indepen  read more...
Labour Day Jamaica
24-24 May 2010
Jamaica, a country in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba and west of Hispaniola, celebrates the Labor Day on May 24.

The celeb 
Bermuda Day
24-24 May 2010
It's held May 24, every year, The "Bermuda Day Celebrations". We generally have a full day of fun and festivities!

The day begins with the Bermuda Marathon in 
Culture Day Bulgaria
24-24 May 2010
May 24 is celebrated throughout Bulgaria as "The Day Of Slavonic Alphabet, Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture".

The enthusiastic celebrating of the day of th 
Buddhas Day South Korea
21-21 May 2010
Buddha day is the most significant day in the Buddhist calendar, celebrating the three most important incidents in the life of the Buddha, his birth, the enlightenment and the death which all occurred  read more...
Navy Day Chile
21-21 May 2010
Chileans commemorate the Iquique Naval Combat that took place on 21 May 1879 in the War of the Pacific.

Every year on Navy Day, military ceremonies in Santiag  read more...
Ataturk Youth Day Turkey
19-19 May 2010
This annual holiday in Turkey commemorates Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and has been celebrated since 1933, marking the Turkish war of Independence and honours the pioneer Ataturk.

Flag Day Haiti
18-18 May 2010
In Haiti, Flag Day is a major national holiday celebrated with much vigour, set in the grounds of the National Palace.

The Flag Day celebrations vary from liv 
Victoria Day Canada
18-18 May 2010
Victoria day in Canada is a statutory holiday and is celebrated on the Monday before or on the 24th of May in honour of the birthdays of Queen Victoria and the reigning sovereign.

Teachers Day South Korea
15-15 May 2010
The South Korea Teacher’s Day every 15th of May is one of the most exciting celebrations in the country.

Many students would offer Carnation flowers to the t  read more...
Kamuzu Day Malawi
14-14 May 2010
Today is Kamuzu Day in Malawi.

This day honors the nation’s first president Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda (1896-1997) on his official birthday. Banda was the pre  read more...
National Unification Day Liberia
14-14 May 2010
May 14 is celebrated each year as a public holiday to commemorate a process completed by President Tubman and intended for unity and integration of the Liberian populist where the then commonwealth of  read more...
Matsu Goddess of the Sea Taiwan
10-10 May 2010
Mazu, or Mat-Su, Chinese Goddess of the Sea, is the story of an extraordinary girl who became a goddess.

The birthday of Goddess of Sea, Matsu is one of the bi  read more...
Parents Day South Korea
08-08 May 2010
The annual Parents' Day celebrations in the Republic of Korea take place on May 8th.

The 8th of May was originally celebrated as Mother's Day which later turn  read more...
Martyrs Day Syria
06-06 May 2010
Syria shares the celebration of Martyr’s Day with Lebanon on the 6th of May every year.

The holiday commemorates the death of both Syria and Lebanon’s nat  read more...
Cinco de Mayo Mexico
05-05 May 2010
The holiday of Cinco De Mayo, The 5th Of May, commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862.

It is prima 
Coronation Day Thailand
05-05 May 2010
Coronation Day in Thailand commemorates the coronation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej on May 5, 1950.

In local Thai language, the holiday is called Wan Chattra Mon  read more...
Liberation Day The Netherlands
05-05 May 2010
Liberation Day is celebrated each year on May 5th in the Netherlands to mark the end of the Nazi occupation during World War II.

The nation was liberated by C 
Labour Day
01-01 May 2010
Labour Day is celebrated in Algeria, Argentina, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Bonaire, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, Fran  read more...
May Day
01-01 May 2010
May Day is celebrated in Bangladesh, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ghana, Gibraltar, Mexico, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom.

May Day festivals probably 
Fall of Saigon United States of America
29-29 April 2010
On April 29, 1975, America withdrew completely from Saigon, leaving the old noncommunist capital to fall to North Vietnamese tanks.

Twenty-five years later in 
Union Day Tanzania
26-26 April 2010
The celebration of Tanzania’s Union Day occurs every 26th of April every year.

It commemorates the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar to form the United Repub  read more...
Anzac Day Australia New Zealand
25-25 April 2010
ANZAC Day is probably Australia's most important national occasion.

It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Ze  read more...
Liberation Day Italy
25-25 April 2010
Each year, on the 25th of April, Italy celebrates Liberation Day, locally known as La Festa della Liberazione.

Liberation Day commemorates the day when Italy w 
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