Holidays Calendar for July 17, 2016


Galla Bayramy (Celebration of the Wheat Harvest) in Turkmenistan

Galla Bayramy is a public holiday in Turkmenistan that celebrates the annual wheat harvest. It is observed on the third Sunday in July. Galla Bayramy is often regarded as the professional holiday of the country’s agricultural workers.

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Constitution Day in South Korea

Constitution Day is observed in South Korea on July 17. This holiday commemorates the day of adoption of constitution on July 17, 1948.

King's Birthday in Lesotho

Lesotho annually celebrates the birthday of Letsie III, the reigning king, on July 17. This public holiday is known as King’s Birthday.

World Day of International Justice

World Day of International Justiceis observed every year on July 17. Celebration of this day is a great opportunity to promote international criminal justice.

World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day is an informal annual celebration of emojis, small pictographs widely used in electronic messages and on Web pages. The holiday is celebrated on July 17.

Day of Metallurgist

Day of Metallurgist is a professional holiday celebrated in some former Soviet republics, namely Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia and Kazakhstan, on the third Sunday in July. It originated in the Soviet Union in 1957.

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National Peach Ice Cream Day

Peaches begin to be harvested in July, no wonder National Peach Ice Cream Day is celebrated on July 17. Several scoops of delicious ice cream garnished with slices of ripe, juicy peaches will help you cool down on a hot summer day.

National Ice Cream Day

National Ice Cream Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in July across the United States. Unlike most “national” food days, this holiday was indeed proclaimed by President.

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Children's Day in Panama

Children’s Day in Panama is celebrated on the third Sunday in July. It was originally held on November 1, but First Lady Vivian Fernandez de Torrijos decided to change the date because there were too many holidays in November.

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Children's Day in Cuba and Venezuela

Every year Children of Cuba and Venezuela celebrate their own holiday on the third Sunday in July. Children’s Day is known to be one of the jolliest and happiest holidays of the year.

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