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September 27

2003 – The Smart 1 satellite is launched. 2001 – In Zug, Switzerland, Friedrich Leibacher shoots 18 people, of which 14 are killed. He then kills himself. 2002 – East Timor joins the UN. 2009 – German Parliamentary Election: Chancellor of Germany ...

September 28

2003 – A widespread power outage affects Italy. 2016 - International investigators conclude that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down by a Buk missile that came from Russia. 2012 - A plane crashes shortly after take-off from Kathmandu and bu ...

September 29

2014 – Ashraf Ghani is sworn in as President of Afghanistan. 2004 – The asteroid 4179 Toutatis passes within four lunar distances of Earth. 2009 – A magnitude 8.1 earthquake causes a tsunami near Samoa and American Samoa, killing at least 189 peo ...

September 30

2012 – Europe wins the Ryder Cup golf tournament, with a comeback against the United States from 10-6 behind to win 14.5 to 13.5. 2013 – Pope Francis announces that Pope John Paul II is to become a saint in April 2014, nine years after his death. ...

Holiday

A holiday is a regularly reoccurring festive day. Usually, but not always, the festive day is observed every year. The word "holiday" is derived from the words "holy" and "day." In British English, the word "holiday" is used to refer to a Vacatio ...

ANZAC Day

Anzac Day is a day that happens once a year in Australia and New Zealand. It is celebrated by both countries on 25th April every year. It was to commemorate the members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who fought at Gallipoli in the O ...

April Fools Day

April Fools Day is celebrated in many countries on April 1 every year. On this day, practical jokes are played on friends and family. The jokes are done to embarrass them. In some countries, April Fools only last until noon, and if someone plays ...

Black Awareness Day

In Brazil, Black Awareness Day or Black Consciousness Day is held every year on November 20. It is a day "to celebrate a regained awareness by the black community about their great worth and things they have done for the country". The date is an ...

Boxing Day

Boxing Day is a public holiday in the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. It is also a holiday in many other countries in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is based on a long custom of giving gifts to poor people. It is usually celeb ...

Cesar Chavez Day

Cesar Chavez Day is a state holiday in California, Colorado and Texas observed on March 31. The holiday is to remember the life of Cesar Chavez and his civic involvement. All state government offices, community colleges, and libraries are closed, ...

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a holiday celebrating Mexican heritage inkling and pride, and is held on May 5. It is celebrated in the United States and in some parts of Mexico, mostly in the state of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo is not Mexicos Independence Day, the ...

Earth Day

Earth Day is a day that is supposed to inspire more awareness and appreciation for the Earths natural environment. It takes place each year on April 22. It now takes place in more than 193 countries around the world. During Earth Day, the world e ...

Halloween

Halloween is a celebration on the night of October 31. It is most practised in the United States and Canada. Children wear costumes and go to peoples homes saying "Trick or treat!" to ask for candy and people give it to them. The suggestion is: " ...

International Friendship Day

International Friendship Day celebrations take place on the 4 January every year. On this day, people spend time with their friends and express love for them. The exchange of Friendship Day gifts like flowers, cards, and wrist bands is a popular ...

International Womens Day

International Womens Day is celebrated every year on March 8. International Womens Day has been observed since 1909 in the United States. After a while the people of United States stopped celebrating this holiday. In the 1920s Soviet Union, and t ...

Leif Erikson Day

Leif Erikson Day is a holiday that happens on October 9. It honors Leif Ericson, the Norse explorer who brought the first Europeans known to be in North America.

Maslenitsa

Maslenitsa is one of the most popular and cheerful religious holidays in Russia. It originated from pagan times before Russia was converted to Christianity. At first, this holiday was a symbol of the spring solstice but nowadays it is considered ...

Mothers Day

Mothers Day is a holiday that is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. It started in the United States. The holiday was founded in 1908 by Anna Jarvis. Mothers Day was first made to celebrate a persons own mother. Now it is made to c ...

National Day

National days are the days which are very special and important for a nation.A National Day is a special day where people celebrate their country or nation each year. Most countries have national days and they are usually a national holiday, wher ...

National deep fried clams day

National Deep Fried Clams Day is a national holiday celebrating the process of deep frying and consuming clams. The holiday is observed on November 1st every year. It is common for people to cook and serve clams on this day.

National Maritime Day

In the United States, National Maritime Day is held every May 22 to honor people who have served in the United States Merchant Marine service. The first National Maritime Day was May 22, 1933, based on a joint resolution passed by the United Stat ...

New Years Eve

New Years Eve is the holiday before New Years Day, on December 31, the last day of the current year. Today, Western countries usually celebrate this day with a party which ends with a group countdown to midnight. Party hats, noisemakers, fire cra ...

Nowruz

Nowruz is the name of the Iranian New Year. Nowruz is the day of the spring equinox, when the amount of light and dark is the same during the day. It is the beginning of the year in the Persian calendar. It is usually celebrated on March 21.On Se ...

Patriot Day

Patriot Day is a day of remembrance in the United States. It happens on September 11 of each year. It remembers the 2.977 killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Most Americans call this day "Nine-Eleven," "September Eleventh," or something sim ...

Patriots Day

Patriots Day is a legal holiday in Massachusetts. The holiday remembers the American men and women who fought during the Revolutionary War. In the past, Patriots Day was on April 19. This was done in honor of Lexington and Concord. These were the ...

Qi Xi

Qi Xi, sometimes called Chinese Valentines Day, Magpie Festival, or the Double Seventh Festival is a traditional romantic festival in China. It take places on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month and often goes into August on the Gregorian calendar.

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is a day to remember people who fought and died in wars. It is on November 11. On that day in 1918 came the end of World War I with Armistice with Germany. Remembrance Day was started in 1919 by King George V of the United Kingdom ...

Valentines Day

Valentines Day is a celebration that happens on February 14. It is the day of the year when lovers celebrate their love. This can be done by giving flowers, chocolates, Valentines cards or just a nice gift. Love notes can be given to one another. ...

Victory Day

Victory Day is a common name of many different public holidays in various countries. In most cases it is to commemorate victories in important battles or wars in the countries history. For example, in Russia, it is celebrated on May 9th for the d ...

Midnight

Time period 00:00-00:00 is midnight. On computer clocks, the day changes to the next day the minute after midnight. Solar midnight is the opposite of solar noon, which is when the sun is highest in the sky

Night

Night or nighttime is the time when the Sun is not in the sky. Night happens after dusk and before dawn. The opposite of night is day. The start and end times of night are different in different geographic locations. It varies on season, latitude ...

Noon

Noon is the time exactly halfway through the day. Midday also means noon, although this also means around noon, or very early afternoon. Solar noon is when the sun appears the highest in the sky, compared to its positions during the rest of the d ...

Twilight

Twilight means either dawn or dusk. In the morning, dawn is when it is not dark any more, and the light of the sun is just starting to appear. In the evening, it is the other way around and that phenomenon is called dusk. The sun has disappeared, ...

42

42 is a year in the 1st century. It was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Caesar and Piso.

45

45 is a year in the 1st century. It was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Vinicius and Sabinus.

46

46 is a year in the 1st century. It was a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Asiaticus and Silanus.

47

47 is a year in the 1st century. It was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Caesar and Vitellius.

48

48 is a year in the 1st century. It was a leap year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Vitellius and Poplicola.

49

49 is a year in the 1st century. It was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Longus and Veranius.

870s

872 - Battle of Hafrsfjord. Harald Fairhair unites Norway. The Danes invade England 870 and conquer East Anglia. Several battles are fought with Wessex, but then peace is made 871. The Danes start the Danelaw in other parts of England. In 876, th ...

890s

897 August – Pope Romanus succeeds Pope Stephen VI as the 114th pope. 898 January – Pope John IX succeeds Theodore II as the 116th pope. 897 November – Pope Romanus is deposed. 896 May – Pope Stephen VI also referred to as Stephen VII succeeds Po ...

940s

December 25 – Makan ibn Kaki, Dailamite warlord. July 20 – Ibn Muqla, Abbasid vizier and calligrapher. Taira no Masakado, leader of the Taira Clan.

960s

Časlav Klonimirovic, ruler of Serbia. Saint Eadburga of Winchester.

1630s

Thirty Years War goes on in Europe. September 8, 1636 – Thanks to a vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Harvard College is the first college in the Americas.

1640s

Queen Christina of Sweden 1632–1654. Cardinal Mazarin, chief minister of France 1642–1661. King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway 1588–1648. Pope Urban VIII 1623–1644. King Frederick III of Denmark 1648–1670. Pope Innocent X 1644–1655. King Loui ...

1650s

King John II of Poland 1649–1668. King John IV of Portugal 1640–1656. King Louis XIV of France 1643–1715. Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor 1658–1705. Queen Christina of Sweden 1632–1654. King Charles X of Sweden 1654–1660. King Afonso VI of Portugal ...

1660s

King Peter II of Portugal 1667–1706. King John II of Poland 1649–1668. King Charles II of Spain 1665–1700. Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor 1658–1705. King Charles XI of Sweden 1660–1697. King Afonso VI of Portugal 1656–1667. King Michael Korybut Wi ...

1670s

The Quakers come to America from England. Father Jacques Marquette continues to explore the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River. Other Frenchmen explore North America. The Franco-Dutch War. Newton and Leibniz independently discover calculus. Po ...

1680s

1685: The Chinese army attacks a Russian post at Albazin. The events lead to the Treaty of Nerchinsk. The Glorious Revolution brings William and Mary to power in England. Isaac Newton publishes Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. In thi ...

1690s

The Salem Witchcraft Trials are held in Massachusetts Bay Colony 1692. Thomas Neale designed Seven Dials. Dutch explorer Arnout Vielle discovers the first trade route down the Ohio Valley, New York Colony financed and profitable 1692.

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