The National Day of Zimbabwe is on the 18th April (Independence Day, declaration of independence from the United Kingdom 1980. Note that (it had been unilaterally declared independent as Rhodesia already in 1965). The history of the National Day of Zimbabwe is as follows. In 1953 Zimbabwe started as Southern Rhodesia and was part of a federation.
National Day of Vietnam
The National Day of Vietnam is on the 2 September (National Day, declaration of independence from France and Japan 1945). This took place in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh Square, where Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam’s founding father, read the Declaration of Independence. The National Day in Vietnam if the 2 September falls on a Friday then expect everything to slow until the Monday. Hanoi is normally empty during the National Day celebrations. Continue reading National Day of Vietnam
National Day of Venezuela
The National Day of Venezuela or Venezuela’s Independence Day is celebrated on the July 5th each year. This day marks when the country declared its independence from Spain in 1811. Now in this day, the people of Venezuela remember as well as honor the heroes of the struggle for independence. Those who fought for their freedom which includes leaders such as Simón Bolívar as well as Francisco de Miranda.
National Day of Vatican City
The National Day of Vatican City is on the 24th April (Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is inaugurated as the 265th Pope 2005). Note that there is a listing for public holidays in Vatican city which we have listed below with its local name. The public holidays for the Vatican has been listed below.
National Day of Uzbekistan
The National Day of Uzbekistan is on the 1st September (Independence Day, declaration of independence from the Soviet Union 1991). Note that we have listed the public holidays for the country below. It is also known as Independence Day and marks the country’s declaration of independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.
National Day of Uruguay
The National Day of Uruguay is on the 25 August (Día de la Independencia, declaration of independence from Portugal 1825). Note the public holidays listed below for Uruguay. The days will change but the dates tend to remain constant. See also the history of the national day of Uruguay.
National Day of United States
The National Day of United States is on the 4 July (Independence Day, declaration of independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain 1776). We have listed the public holidays below for the United States. You will note the US anthem added below.
National Day of United Kingdom
The National Day of United Kingdom does not have a recognized national day (see proposed British national day), although the Queen’s Official Birthday (which is declared annually, usually falling on a Saturday in the first half of June) is sometimes considered as such, for example, in British diplomatic institutions overseas.
National Day of UAE
The National Day of the UAE or the National Day of the United Arab Emirates is on the 2 December (National Day, formation of federation of seven Emirates and independence from the United Kingdom 1971). See the history of the national day of the United Arab Emirates.
National Day of Ukraine
The National Day of Ukraine is on the 24th August (Independence from the Soviet Union 1991). Ukraine independence came after the fall of the Berlin wall and the end to the Cold War. The anniversary of Ukraine’s declaration of independence from the Soviet Union on 24th August 1991.
National Day of Uganda
The National Day of Uganda is on the 9 October (Independence Day, from the United Kingdom 1962, also a republic). Because Britain granted independence to Uganda in 1962, and the first elections were held on the 1st March 1961. Benedicto Kiwanuka of the Democratic Party became the first Chief Minister.
National Day of Tuvalu
The British Colony of Tuvalu held elections to the House of Assembly on the 27 August 1977. Toaripi Lauti was appointed Chief Minister at that time. The National Day of Tuvalu is on the 1 October (Independence Day, independence from the Gilbert Islands (Kiribati) 1975 and the United Kingdom 1978).