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November 2017

Bonifacio Day

November 30

When is Bonifacio Day? This holiday is celebrated annually on 30 November. Known in the Philippines as 'Araw ng Kapanganakan ni Bonifacio', this day commemorates the birth of Andrés Bonifacio on 30 November 1863. History of Bonifacio Day Bonifacio was a Filipino nationalist and revolutionary and is considered a national hero. He is often called 'the father of the Philippine Revolution'. In 1892, Bonifacio was a founder of a secret society called the 'Katipunan' that grew into an armed movement…

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December 2017

Christmas Day

December 25

When is Christmas Day? Christmas Day celebrates the Nativity of Jesus, the date of which according to tradition took place on 25th December 1 BC. 25 December will be a public holiday in most countries around the world. If 25 December falls on a weekend, then a nearby week day may be taken as a holiday in lieu. For a list of countries who have holidays over the Christmas period, check our 2016 Christmas dates list. Don't forget Not all countries…

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Rizal Day

December 30

When is Rizal Day? This national holiday is celebrated annually on 30 December. History of Rizal Day Dr. José Rizal is a National Hero of the Philippines, credited with playing a key role in starting the revolution against the Spanish colonisers. Born on 19 June 1861 in the town of Calamba, Rizal was a doctor and a novelist. Writing from Europe, in his novel Noli me Tangere' (Touch me not), he denounced the corrupt rule of the Philippines by Spanish…

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January 2018

New Year’s Day

January 1, 2018

When is New Years's Day? New Year's Day is 1st January, the first day of the year, in the Gregorian calendar, and falls exactly one week after the Christmas Day of the previous year. New Year's Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar, with the exception of Israel. This makes it the most widely observed public holiday in the year. Some countries may also observe an additional day's holiday for New Year. Countries who…

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