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Lohri Festival India
13-13 January 2012
Lohri is the harvest festival of Punjab, famously known as the the breadbasket state of India. This harvest festival is celebrated to mark both celebration and sharing. Lohri festival prompts people t  read more...
Freedom Day Malta
31-31 March 2011
Every year on the 31st of March, the people of Malta celebrate the anniversary withdrawal of British troops from the country on March 31, 1979.

Freedom Day is  
Boganda Day Central African Republic
29-29 March 2011
On March 29 the Central African Republic remembers the amazing life and mysterious death of Barthelemy Boganda. Boganda Day is celebrated on March 29th of every year in Central African Republic.
Independence Day Bangladesh
26-26 March 2011
This day is celebrated as the Independence Day in Bangladesh.

This commemorates the declaration of independence, and the start of Bangladesh Liberation War in  read more...
Independence Day Greece
25-25 March 2011
The celebration of Greek Independence Day on March 25th draws inspiration from one of the holiest days for Greek Orthodox Christians, the Annunciation of the Theotokos.

Abolition Day Puerto Rico
22-22 March 2011
Emancipation Day is celebrated in Puerto Rico on 22nd March each year.

It commemorates the day in 1873 when the Spanish colonial government of Puerto Rico abol  read more...
Benito Juarezs Birthday Mexico
21-21 March 2011
Mexico commemorates the birthday of Benito Juarez, the president of Mexico from January 19, 1858 to July 18, 1872.

Juarez is famous for his anti-clerical view 
Youth Day Tunisia
21-21 March 2011
Tunisia celebrates Youth Day every year on the 21st of March.

The holiday is celebrated with cultural and musical festivities usually organized by youth clubs   read more...
Holi the Festival of colors in India
20-20 March 2011
India: Holi is the festival of Hindus,it celebrates allover in India. It celebrates on Phalgun Poornima which comes in early March. It brings jo  read more...
Saint Josephs Day Italy
19-19 March 2011
March 19 is the date on which Christians venerate St. Joseph, husband of Mary, mother of Jesus.

It is a feast in which Joseph is celebrated as patron of the u  read more...
Aruba Day
18-18 March 2011
Aruba, a constituent island nation of the Kingdom of Netherlands, lying just 27 kilometers north of Venezuela of South America, celebrates Aruba Day on the 28th of March every year.

Marien Ngouabi Day Congo
18-18 March 2011
Marien Ngouabi Dayis celebrated in Republic of Congo every year on the 18th of March.

Born on December 31, 1938 and died on March 18, 1977. Marien Ngouabi Day   read more...
Nyepi Day Indonesia
16-16 March 2011
Nyepi is the celebration of New Year  in the Hindu Saka calendar. It is a lunar calendar and New Year is celebrated on the first day of the 10th lunar month, that is March or April of the Gregori  read more...
Decoration Day Liberia
14-14 March 2011
Liberia whose capital is Monrovia, a country located in Africa’s west coast bordering Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Côte d’Ivoire celebrates Decoration Day every year on the 14th of March.

Independence Day Mauritius
12-12 March 2011
Mauritius celebrates their independence from the United Kingdom annually on March 12. Mauritius was jostled between the hands of the Dutch, French, and later by the British after the Napoleonic War.read more...
Renovation Day Gabon
12-12 March 2011
Gabon celebrates Renovation Day, also known as National Day, to commemorate the anniversary of the establishment of the Gabonese Democratic Party in the same day in year 1968. Gabon is a country locat  read more...
Youth Day Zambia
12-12 March 2011
Zambia marks its annual celebration of Youth Day on the 12th of March.

During the holiday, sporting events, tree-planting activities, and youth-related law im  read more...
Moshoeshoes Day Lesotho
11-11 March 2011
Lesotho celebrates Moshoeshoe’s Day to commemorate the death of the country’s founder on March 11, 1870.

Moshoeshoe is regarded both as a great diplomat a  read more...
Baron Bliss Day Belize
09-09 March 2011
Belize celebrates Baron Bliss Day on or about the 9th of March every year.

Baron Bliss Day commemorates the life of Henry Edward Ernest Victor Bliss, commonly   read more...
Devonport Food Wine and Music Festival
19-20 February 2011
Here is a great opportunity for food ,wine and music lovers to have two days entertainment of the world famous cuisines and wines of New Zealand. Join for a great music and live performances at a  read more...
New Zealand Waitangi Day
06-06 February 2011
Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s national day and commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document, in 1840. This agreement was signed by Maori tribal leaders and r  read more...
Auckland Sea Food Festival
29-31 January 2011
Enjoy the delicious seafood for three days over Auckland anniversary weekend. The best seafood festival in New Zealand is back and in a new great location in Auckland’s BIG little city.

Headland Sculpture on the Gulf Auckland
28-20 February 2011
Headland Sculpture on the Gulf  is a leading outdoor sculpture event on the spectacular gulf coastline of 100 Kms on the Waiheke Island. Take an ultimate 35 min experience of ferry on the way to   read more...
Pongal Festival in India
14-18 January 2011
Pongal is the most popular festival of India. It comes on the day of 14th January every year. The Pongal festival specially celebrated in south India. The festival can be celebrated for four days in s  read more...
Snow Festival China
05-05 January 2011
The Festival, established in 1985, is held annually from January 5 and lasts for over one month. Harbin is the capital city of Heilongjiang Province and this is China's original and greatest ice artwo  read more...
New Years Eve
31-31 December 2010
Celebrations for New Year begin from New Year's Eve on 31st December.

This is the last day of the Gregorian calendar and the day before New Year's Day. The id  read more...
Republic Day Madagascar
30-30 December 2010
Republic Day is a holiday that is celebrated in Madagascar to remember the era that changed things for the better of the country.

Every year, the holiday is c 
Rizal Day Philippines
30-30 December 2010
Rizal Day is a holiday that is celebrated in the Philippines as a day in history that had a great impact on the people’s pride and freedom.

To celebrate Riz 
Proclamation Day South Australia
28-28 December 2010
December 28 is Proclamation Day in South Australia.

A public holiday is observed on the first weekday after Christmas, which is normally Boxing Day. On Decemb  read more...
Boxing Day Australia
26-26 December 2010
Boxing Day is celebrated on December 26 in Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Boxing Day is a public holiday observed in many Commonwealth countries on 26 December. In many Europ  read more...
Goodwill Day South Africa
26-26 December 2010
Day of Goodwill of the South Africa is celebrated on 26th December of each year.

Day of Goodwill is a public holiday in South Africa. This day is also called   read more...
Saint Stephens Day Spain
26-26 December 2010
December 26th is the Feast of St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr. Stephen was one of the early disciples who joined the Church in Jerusalem when it was in its infancy following the Ascension of J  read more...
Independence Day Slovenia
26-26 December 2010
Independence Day celebrates the day it was voted that Slovenia would break away from the country of Yugoslavia and form an independent nation.

Christmas Day
25-25 December 2010
The word Christmas comes from Cristes maesse or "Christ's Mass"

It is the time when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus.As it does not say in the Bible, n  read more...
Christmas Eve
24-24 December 2010
Christmas in most homes begins on the evening of December 24th, where excited young children are encouraged to go to bed early so as not to miss out on gifts from Santa Claus.
Emperors Birthday Japan
23-23 December 2010
December 23rd is the Emperor of Japan's Birthday.

This is a National holiday in Japan. The Japanese trace the lineage of their Emperors back for over 2 thousa  read more...
Republic Day Niger
18-18 December 2010
December 18, 1958 is commemorated in the Republic of Niger as Republic Day, Niger’s national holiday.

December 18 isn’t the official date of Niger’s ind  read more...
National Day Bhutan
17-17 December 2010
National day is celebrated on 17th of December in commemoration of the accession of Gongsar Ugyen Wangchuk, the first king of Bhutan to the throne, at Punakha Dzong.

Day of the Vow South Africa
16-16 December 2010
Afrikaners traditionally celebrated 16 December as the Day of the Vow, remembering the day in 1838 when a group of Voortrekkers  defeated a Zulu army at the Battle of Blood River, while ANC activ  read more...
Independence Day Kazakhstan
16-16 December 2010
Kazakhstan was the last of the former Soviet Republics to declare its independence from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on December 16, 1991.

Even tho 
National Day Bahrain
16-16 December 2010
Bahrain got its independence from British imperialism on the 16th of December, 1971.

This happy event is celebrated every year as the Kingdoms National Day. P  read more...
Victory Day Bangladesh
16-16 December 2010
Bangladesh celebrates Victory Day every year on 16th December.

This public holiday marks the day in 1971 that Bangladesh won independence from Pakistan when t  read more...
Republic Day Malta
13-13 December 2010
On 13 December 1974 Malta became a Republic by resolution of the House of Representatives.

This day is now a public holiday on which various events are held in  read more...
Independence Day Kenya
12-12 December 2010
The 12th of December, 1963, was the day of the declaration of independence (Uhuru), and just one year later a new country was born: the Republic of Kenya, Jamhuri ya Kenya, presided by Mzee Jomo Kenya  read more...
National Day Burkina Faso
11-11 December 2010
Burkina Faso gained it independence on August 5, 1960.

However, as August is a winter period in Burkina Faso, it was decided to move the celebration of the Na  read more...
Constitution Day Thailand
10-10 December 2010
The Constitution Day of the Thailand is celebrated on 10th December.

The government offices, private buildings and most highrises are decorated with national f  read more...
Independence Day Tanzania
09-09 December 2010
Tanzania celebrates Independence Day on 9th December each year.

On this date in 1961, the East African nation of Tanganyika gained independence from Great Bri  read more...
Immaculate Conception
08-08 December 2010
Immaculate Conception is celebrated in Argentina, Austria, Chile, Colombia, Italy, Malta, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Seychelles, Spain, Switzerland, Venezuela.

Many Christian communities around  
Pearl Harbor Day United States of America
07-07 December 2010
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is annually on December 7, commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii, during World War II.

Many American  
Independence Day Finland
06-06 December 2010
Finland gained independence from Russia on 6 December 1917 when the Finnish Declaration of Independence was signed changing its status from an autonomous Russian Grand Duchy to an independent sovereig  read more...
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