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National Flag Day Swaziland
25-25 April 2010
April 25 was National Flag Day. This is the day the British flag was brought down and the Swazi flag was raised for the first time after Swaziland got its independence from Britain in 1968.

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Sinai Liberation Day Egypt
25-25 April 2010
Sinai Liberation Day is celebrated in Egypt every year on 25th April. Egypt’s Eid Tahrir Sinai or Sinai Liberation Day is a public holiday in Egypt celebrated every 25th of April yearly.

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National Sovereignty Turkey
23-23 April 2010
Every year on April 23, Turkey commemorates the opening of the country’s National Assembly in 1920 when Turkey was in war and campaigning for its national independence and the abolition of the Treat  read more...
Saint Georges Day England
23-23 April 2010
St. George's Day is on 23 April. It is England's national day.

St. George is the patron saint of England. His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is th  read more...
Earth Day
22-22 April 2010
Senator Gaylord Nelson of the United States founded Earth Day. Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22, 1970 in the United States.

Earth Day is the largest  read more...
Tiradentes Brazil
21-21 April 2010
Tiradentes Day in Brazil commemorates the execution of Brazilian national hero Joaquim Jose da Silva Xavier - a co-conspirator in the 1789 revolt against the Portuguese.

Pan American Day Honduras
14-14 April 2010
Day of the Americas or Pan American Day is celebrated in the country of Honduras every 14th of April.

It is actually observed by every American nations as a sy  read more...
Thingyan Myanmar
14-14 April 2010
Thingyan, the water festival is customarily celebrated for a period of three or four days up to the New Year's day.everyone, everywhere is splashnig each other with water from hoses, buckets and anyth  read more...
Songkran Thailand
13-13 April 2010
Thai New Year is also called as Songkran. It is celebrated for three days from April 13 to April 15 every year on the Gregorian Calendar. Songkran falls on the hottest time of the year in Thailand.read more...
New Years Day Myanmar
13-13 April 2010
Myanmar New Year Festival is held in Tagu, generally it falls about 13th April.

The Burmese New Year will be celebrated in April and everybody joins in the fun  read more...
Martyrs Day Tunisia
09-09 April 2010
Martyrs’ Day is celebrated every April 9 each year to commemorate the lives of people who battled for the country’s independence against the French rule on 1956.

Womens Day Mozambique
07-07 April 2010
Aside from the International Women’s Day which is observed worldwide every March 8, Mozambique also has a National yearly celebration for their Women’s Day held each April 7th.

Chakri Day Thailand
06-06 April 2010
Thailand celebrates the 6th of April as the foundation day of their royal Chakri Dynasty which is the country’s ruling monarch to date.

On this day, they giv  read more...
Arbor Day South Korea
05-05 April 2010
Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday in April in the United States to encourage the planting and care of trees.

It originated in Nebraska, but has sprea  read more...
Liberation Day Hungary
04-04 April 2010
Hungary Liberation day is  celebrated on 4 April.

More ceremony was accorded to the celebration of the anniversary of Hungary's "liberation" from Nazi occ  read more...
Malvinas Day Argentina
02-02 April 2010
The Malvinas Day is celebrated on April 2nd of every year in Argentina.

It is a public holiday in this country. The Malvinas Days was first introduced on Novem  read more...
April Fools Day
01-01 April 2010
April Fool's Day or All Fool's Day occurs annually on April 1.

The day is generally observed by playing a practical joke on a "victim" who soon becomes known a  read more...
Lantern Festival Taiwan
04-04 March 2010
Lantern Festival, also known as Shang Yuan Festival, takes place on the fifteenth day of the first moon.

On the night of the festival, decorative lanterns dep  read more...
Discovery Day Guam
03-03 March 2010
Every first Monday in March, Guam commemorates the discovery of the country in 1521 by the European explorer Ferdinand Magellan; this holiday is also known as ‘Magellan Day’.

Liberation Day Bulgaria
03-03 March 2010
Bulgaria celebrates a yearly celebration of its liberation from almost 500 years of Ottoman rule on the 3rd of March under the Treaty of San Stefano.

The Trea  read more...
National Unity Day Sudan
03-03 March 2010
Sudan celebrates Unity Day yearly every 3rd of March.

It is a celebration of peace and unity in all regions of Sudan, particularly the North and parts of Sout  read more...
Martyrs Day Malawi
03-03 March 2010
Every year, Malawi, formerly known as Nyasaland, a landlocked country in Southeast Africa, celebrates Martyr’s Day every third day of March yearly to commemorate the popular uprising in Malawi prote  read more...
Peasants Day Burma
02-02 March 2010
Myanmar, also known as Burma, celebrates Peasants’ Day yearly every 2nd of March.

It is incidentally the General Ne Win’s seizure of power in 1962. Ne Win   read more...
Heroes Day Paraguay
01-01 March 2010
Every year, Paraguay Officially, Republic of Paraguay, one of the landlocked countries in South America, celebrates Heroes’ Day on the 1st of March. It is also known as the Paraguay’s National Def  read more...
Independence Movement Day South Korea
01-01 March 2010
Beginning on March 1, 1919, the Samil Movement is a symbolic day for Korea designated by the country as a national holiday to honor the independence movement against the 1910-45 Japanese colonial rule  read more...
People Power Day Philippines
25-25 February 2010
People Power Anniversary is a nationwide observance and school holiday in the Philippines each year.

This event holds a special place in the hearts of many Fil  read more...
Shaheed Day Bangladesh
21-21 February 2010
Martyrs’ Day, also known as Shaheed Dibash, Language Martyrs’ Day, Language Movement Day or National Mourning Day, commemorates the lives of those who were sacrificed in the effort to make Bengali  read more...
Presidents Day United States of America
15-15 February 2010
U.S. Presidents Day, officially known as Washington's Birthday, is a federal holiday in the United States and is celebrated on the third Monday of February.

Armed Forces Day Liberia
11-11 February 2010
Liberia holds a yearly respect of the Armed Forces Day and is regarded as a public national holiday in the country.

Celebrated every 11th day of February, Arm  read more...
National Foundation Day Japan
11-11 February 2010
Every year during the 11th of February, Japan observes the anniversary of their National Foundation Day.

It is in this day that they honor Japan’s founder an  read more...
Youth Day Cameroon
11-11 February 2010
Cameroon celebrates National Youth Day every year on the 11th of February.

During this day, various youth groups come together to organize workshops, parades,  read more...
Feast of St Pauls Shipwreck Malta
10-10 February 2010
Every year on February 10, Malta celebrates the Feast of St. Paul’s Shipwreck.

Many believed that during St. Paul’s return to Jerusalem (around AD60), his   read more...
Feast of Saint Maron Lebanon
09-09 February 2010
Lebanon celebrate St. Maron’s Feast Day on every 9th of February each year.

St. Maron led a spiritual movement in Syria and Lebanon which sprung a different   read more...
Culture Day Slovenia
08-08 February 2010
Slovenian culture is celebrated on February 8. The achievements of Slovenia's artists are rewarded, and cultural festivities are organized for this day.

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Youth Day Congo
08-08 February 2010
Republic of Congo, or simply the Congo, celebrates Youth Day every 8th of February each year.

The Youth Day is celebrated to recognize the role of the youth i  read more...
Waitangi Day New Zealand
06-06 February 2010
Waitangi Day is the New Zealand national day celebrated each year on February 6.

Waitangi Day thus marks the coming together in friendship of the Maori people   read more...
Presidents Day Congo
05-05 February 2010
The Democratic Republic of Congo or sometimes known as Congo Brazzaville celebrates February 5 as a yearly commemoration of President’s Day.

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San Blas Paraguay
03-03 February 2010
Saint Blaise's Day is celebrated on 3 February throughout Paraguay.

Saint Blaise -San Blas in Spanish is the patron saint of the country. People request favour  read more...
Heroes Day Mozambique
03-03 February 2010
Heroes’ Day or National Heroes Day is referring to a number of commemorations of national heroes in different countries

It is often held on the anniversary of their great deeds that made them  read more...
Australia Day
26-26 January 2010
Australia Day is on January 26 and commemorates the establishment of the first settlement at Port Jackson, now part of Sydney, in 1788. It is an opportunity for Australians to come together to celebra  read more...
Duarte Day Dominican Republic
26-26 January 2010
The Dominican Republic Holidays and festivals are celebrated with vigor, music, dance and pageantry.

The costumes worn are magnificent and the laughter and jo  read more...
Liberation Day Uganda
25-25 January 2010
Uganda celebrates Liberation Day to remember, when the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) came into power after a successful guerilla struggle led by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.

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Altagracia Day Dominican Republic
21-21 January 2010
Dia de la Altagracia, or Altagracia Day, is a feast day and annual holiday in the Dominican Republic that is being celebrated every January 21st.

It was origi  read more...
Errol Barrow Day Barbados
21-21 January 2010
Social activist and leader Errol Barrow had a huge impact on the country of Barbados and its people. From 1950 until his death on June 1, 1987, Barrow fought for a better Barbados.

Lima Foundation Week Peru
18-18 January 2010
Official celebrations of the founding of Lima by the Spaniards on January 18.Lima Foundation Week - This is the official celebration of the foundation of Lima by Francisco Pizarro and is among the imp  read more...
Coming of Age Day Japan
15-15 January 2010
Everybody in Japan who has reached the age of 20 in the previous 12 months celebrates their coming of age on this day. Twenty is the minimum legal age for voting, drinking, and smoking.

Tamil Thai Pongal Day Sri Lanka
15-15 January 2010
Thai Pongal is celebrated on the first day of the month Thai of the Tamil calendar. The day normally falls between 12th and 15th of the month of January in the Christian calendar. Thus, Thai is the fi  read more...
Revolution Day Tanzania
12-12 January 2010
Official Tanzania public holiday commemorating the 1964 overthrow of the Sultan of Zanzibar and his mainly Arab government by local African revolutionaries. Zanzibar Revolution day seems to be an excu  read more...
Unification Day Nepal
11-11 January 2010
The Birth anniversary of the Late King Mahendra On this historic day, actually the first day of Paush, processions all over the Kingdom celebrate the late King Mahendra's birth anniversary.

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Martyrs Day Panama
09-09 January 2010
January 9th marks the anniversary of a riot that occurred in Panama which killed upwards of 21 Panamanians and 4 US soldiers.

The riot was the result of a dis  read more...
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