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Liberation Day Czech Republic
09-09 May 2010
Czech Republic, a country located in central Euro, celebrates Liberation Day on 8th of March every year.

Liberation Day is locally known as Den vítezství or Den osvobození; it marks the end of  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 nationa  read more...
Samuel K Does Birthday Liberia
06-06 May 2010
Samuel Kanyon Doe was born on May 6, probably in 1951.

He was born in Tuzon, a small town in Grand Gedeh County, in the Southeastern part of Liberia.

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Childrens Day South Korea
05-05 May 2010
Children's Day, also known locally as Uh-lin-e-na, is celebrated in South Korea on the 5th of May every year.

From 1922, Children's Day is celebrated on May 1  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  read more...
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  read more...
Constitution Day Poland
03-03 May 2010
3 May is Constitution Day in Poland and marks the signing of the Polish Constitution on this date in 1791.

However, the constitution was to last for just a yea  read more...
Constitution Day Japan
03-03 May 2010
Constitution Day commemorates the introduction of the new Japanese constitution on 3 May 1947 after the Second World War.

Although it is a very recent public   read more...
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  read more...
Queens Birthday Netherlands
30-30 April 2010
Queen's Day festivities began before the World War II with the celebration of birthday of Queen Wilhelmina on August 31 and since 1949, celebration of the birthday of her daughter and successor on the  read more...
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  read more...
Independence Day Togo
27-27 April 2010
Togo marks April 27 the anniversary of its independence from France on April 27, 1960.

The country was once a protectorate of Germany until the fall of the Ge  read more...
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 Republi  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  read more...
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.

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 Treaty   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...
The Queens Birthday United Kingdom
21-21 April 2010
Queen Elizabeth II was born on 21 April, 1926 at 17 Bruton Street, London.

The day is referred to as “the Trooping of the Colour”, the official name is “the Qu  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.

Patriots Day Uruguay
19-19 April 2010
Uruguay’s Landing of the 33 Patriots is an annual celebration on April 19 which commemorates the lives of Thirty-Three Orientals whose lives and bravery paved the way for the country’s independence on  read more...
Kings Birthday Swaziland
19-19 April 2010
Majesty King Mswati III was born at the Releigh Fitkin Memorial Hospital on April 19, 1968.

Prince Makhosetive was very active as a young child and many people  read more...
Independence Day Zimbabwe
18-18 April 2010
Zimbabwe, the home of one of the major tourist destinations of the world today, the spectacular Vistoria Falls, is an independent country situated in the southern region of Africa.

National Day Syria
17-17 April 2010
Syria Independence Day is observed on 17th April.

The independence came when the last French soldier left the territory of Syrian Arab Republic. This is a rea  read more...
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...
National Day Chad
13-13 April 2010
The National Day is celebrated on April 13th of each year in Chad.Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is a national holiday.

The country is some  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.

National Day of Fast and Prayer Liberia
09-09 April 2010
Liberia observes one day a year of solemn celebration through their National Day of Fast and Prayer which happens every second Friday of April. This day calls out to every Liberians to participate in   read more...
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 give   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...
National Day Senegal
04-04 April 2010
Senegal got independence in 4 April 1960, complete independence was achieved in 20 August 1960.
 
Senegal is in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlanti  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...
Republic Day Iran
01-01 April 2010
The country of Iran holds a yearly gathering every April 1st in remembrance of the country’s Islamic Republic constitution that was officially proclaimed on 1979.

Independence Day Ghana
06-06 March 2010
The Gold Coast achieved independence from the United Kingdom on March 6th, 1957, becoming the first sub-Saharan African nation to do so and the name Ghana was chosen for the new nation to reflect the   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...
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 protest  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...
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