Международные праздники holidays
Международные праздники, т.е. праздники, которые отмечают в нескольких странах, в том числе и в России, представлены на данной странице.
International chess day is celebrated on July 20.
Who does not love sweet? Weird question. Of course, like all sweet, and adults and children. And because this love is enormous, that even in the world celebrated the International Day of the cake! And the day on 20 July.
When the International Whaling Commission imposed a ban on the sale of meat and destruction of whales, and then came the feast.
Day artificially created language "Esperanto" - a brand new holiday. However, the history of Esperanto began in 1887.
For several years in Russia celebrate the International Day of the Tiger. The initiators of the festival were made by those countries in which tigers live and breed on this day.
July 30 residents of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and many other countries celebrate the World Day to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings. The first celebration was held in July 2014.
July 30 inhabitants of the whole world celebrate Friendship Day. Despite the fact that this festival is quite young, it did not prevent him to enjoy great popularity among the inhabitants of different cities.
Only Russia has lost six hundred thousand soldiers in the First World War. The first Memorial Day was celebrated in 1915, and in 1916 in Vyazma unveiled a monument to the fallen soldiers.
Sell champagne began in 1728. Exactly a year later opened the first champagne factory - "Ruinart".
Every year on August 6 residents around the world celebrate "Day for the prohibition of nuclear weapons" or "Hiroshima Day"
9 August each year the world celebrates the Day of indigenous peoples of the world.
International youth day is celebrated on August 12.
International left-handers day is celebrated on August 13.
UN General Assembly 11 December 2008 proclaimed August 19 "World Humanitarian Day"
Annually, since 2009, 23 August marked Memorial Day in Europe, dedicated to the victims of Stalinism and Nazism. That same day, August 23, 1939 Germany and the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact in which Europe was divided into separate spheres of influence.
According to the decision of UNESCO, adopted at the General Conference every year August 23 is celebrated the international day of remembrance dedicated to the victims of the Slave Trade and its Abolition.
The feast day of Baikal was approved in the year 99 of the last century and is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in August.
The date was established at the initiative of Kazakhstan in 2009, the UN General Assembly. On this day in 1949, it conducted its first nuclear test in the Soviet Union at the Semipalatinsk test site.
According to the advanced resolution, the UN General Assembly declared the International Day of the Disappeared, celebrated annually on August 30th.
Peace to the World - War is not necessary! This motto was distributed at the end of the last century in the 70-80s. The idea of spending a day each year was born almost 30 years ago.