July. Photo: Freepik
July. Photo: Freepik

KnowInsiders.com helps you find out the festivals, anniversaries, important events in July every year around the world.

1 July - Indian National Doctor's Day, National Postal Worker's Day

On July 1st, people celebrate Doctor's Day. In addition to being dedicated to all doctors working in the field of education, Doctor's Day is observed across India on Dhyan Chandra Rai's birthday, a fortunate date because he was both a great physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal. In India, National Doctor Day has been observed since 1991.

On July 1, National Postal Worker's Day is also observed. For all those postal workers, today is a holiday. who brings our packages and mail.

National Gingersnap Day, Canada Day, Chartered Account Day, and National U.S. Postage Stamp Day are all observed on July 1.

1 – 14 July: Wimbledon

At London's All England Club, the 133rd edition of this Grand Slam tennis competition gets underway. Wimbledon is a significant event, as evidenced by the existence of its own museum. Watch to see if Angelique Kerber and Novak Djokovic manage to retain their titles.

2nd July - World UFO Day

July 2nd is designated as World UFO Day. Haktan Akdogan, a UFO hunter, founded it. In 2001, the first World UFO Day was observed, encouraging people to scan the heavens for unexplained flying objects.

2nd July: National Anisette Day

Every year on the second of July, National Anisette Day is widely celebrated in Spain, Italy, Portugal, and France. Let us explain that anisette is a distilled liquor with an anise flavor that is occasionally made by adding sugar.

2 July: Palio di Provenzano, Siena

Palio di Provenzano, the first of Siena's two annual bareback horse races, draws both locals and tourists. Attendees wear the colors of the rider(s) they are rooting for because each of the ten riders is from a different "contrada" (one of Siena's 17 districts). The magnificent Piazza del Campo serves as the setting for the race, which has medieval roots.

3rd July - National Fried Clam Day

Every year on July 3, people celebrate National Fried Clam Day. Deep-frying the clams after coating them in bread crumbs and further stripping them results in fried clams. This is how fried crumbs are typically made.

4 July - Independence Day USA

On July 4, Americans celebrate their independence. Independence Day in the United States is also referred to as the Fourth of July or simply the Fourth. On this day, we remember how the Kingdom of Great Britain ratified the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.

5 – 7 July and 13 – 14 July: British Summer Time Hyde Park, London

Some of the biggest names in the industry, including The Rolling Stones, Kylie Minogue, Eric Clapton, Bruno Mars, and Michael Bublé, have performed at this yearly two-weekend summer concert in London. The 2019 version features performances by Lykke Li, Florence and the Machine, Barbara Streisand, and others.

6 July - World Zoonoses Day

Every year on July 6, World Zoonoses Day is observed to highlight the issue, raise awareness of it, and instruct people on the proper course of action. Do you know that on July 6, 1885, Louis Pasteur administered the first vaccination against a zoonotic disease?

11 July - World Population Day

World Population Day was first observed on July 11, 1989, by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). In order to draw attention to the world's growing population, this day is observed as World Population Day on July 11. The world's population was approximately 519.1 million in 1989. In the year 2020, there will be 7.7 billion people on the planet.

12 July-National Simplicity Day

Henry David Thoreau is honored each year on July 12 with National Simplicity Day. He led a very basic lifestyle. and advocated leading a simple life. He was a well-known philanthropic writer, author, philosopher, historian, development critic, and surveyor.

12 July Paper Bag Day

French cylinders were the first machine to make paper bags in 1852. To make people aware of paper bags, July 12 is celebrated as a Paper bag day.

14 July Bastille or French National Day

The French government celebrates 14 July as National Day. This day is also celebrated as Bastille Day. The day is celebrated as the anniversary of the Storming of the Bastille.

17 July World Day for International Justice

In an effort to safeguard the developing system of international criminal justice, Tara July is observed as International Day of Justice, also known as International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day.

18 July International Nelson Mandela Day

Every year on July 18, Nelson Mandela International Day is observed to recognize the contribution of the culture of peace, human rights harmony, and freedom. On July 18, 1918, Nelson Mandela was born in South Africa. He was an outstanding revolutionary politician and philanthropist.

July 22 - Pie Application Day

The pie has a value of 22/7. Because of this, July 22 is recognized as Pie Application Day. While March 14 is designated as Pie Day. Which is equivalent to the 3.14 estimated value? Additionally, today is Albert Einstein's birthday.

24 July - National Thermal Engineer Day

Observed as National Thermal Engineer Day is the 24th of July. Which highlights the significance of developing the thermal engineering sector. and offers the electronics industries cutting-edge, top-notch, and affordable thermal management and packaging solutions.

26 July – National Parent's Day (Fourth Sunday in July)

On the fourth Sunday in July, which falls on July 26 in 2020, National Parents Day is observed. This day is dedicated to all the parents who have a significant impact on the lives of their children. There are no words to describe how much they give up and love their kids unconditionally.

28 July - World Nature Conservation Day

Every year on July 28, people around the world celebrate World Nature Conservation Day to recognize how important a healthy environment is to current generations as well as a stable and productive society. Our natural resources must be preserved, managed sustainably, and protected.

28 July - World Hepatitis Day

Every year on July 28, World Hepatitis Day is observed to provide a chance to intensify regional, global, and national efforts to combat hepatitis. Additionally, this day serves to raise awareness of the hepatitis disease and the effects it has on those who have it.

29 July - International Tiger Day

Every year on July 29, people around the world celebrate International Tiger Day to raise awareness about the need to protect tigers and their natural habitat. Global Tiger Day is another name for today.

30 July - International Friendship Day

The 30th of July is observed as International Friendship Day to recognize the value of friendship in life. The day also promotes the part that friendship can play in fostering peace among various world cultures.

Last Friday in July - System Administrator Appreciation Day

Every year on the last Friday in July, System Administrator Appreciation Day is observed to honor the time and effort put in by administrators, device doctors, and tech-therapists who sacrifice and perform their magic at odd hours.

July Calendar: Important Festivals Around The World

Photo: Wexas Travel
Photo: Wexas Travel

9 to 18 July: Calgary Stampede, Canada

Calgary is not referred to as the Stampede City for nothing! Every July, a million people travel to the Albertan city for a multi-day rodeo that is incredibly extravagant and includes stage shows, parades, competitions, festivals, and concerts.

Chuckwagon races and a funfair are highlights. Yes, there are a ton of fairground rides, including the standard waltzers, rollercoasters, Big Wheels, and delectably unhealthy fried doughnuts.

11 to 15 July: Naadam Festival, Mongolia

Drinking, chit-chatting, and dancing aren't typically central to sporting events. However, Mongolia's Naadam Festival, or "Manly Games," which test the nation's top wrestlers, archers, and horse racers, wouldn't be the same without a few drinks.

The largest celebration probably takes place in Ulaanbataar, the capital of Mongolia, but similar celebrations can be found in smaller cities all over the nation. The competitors will all be dressed in traditional Mongolian attire, and all are quite conventional. You'll probably go with a guide, and the locals are friendly to tourists.

17 to 20 July: Boryeong Mud Festival, South Korea

In South Korea's Boryeong during the annual Mud Fest, you can slip, slide, swim, throw, wear, wrestle, and do anything else you like with your mud. (Although use caution when throwing.)

There isn't much of a backstory to this one, which has been going strong since 1999. The celebrations that surround the mud-based activities are proof that it's simply enjoyable. Better still? According to reports, Boryeong's mud is rich in minerals and can work wonders on your skin's texture and brightness. It is understandable why so many people from South Korea, Europe, and the Americas want to participate.

17 and 24 July: Gion Matsuri, Kyoto, Japan

Gion Matsuri, unquestionably the largest festival in Kyoto and Japan, is steeped in heritage. In the midst of a plague in the year 839, Gion Matsuri first started. By sacrificing a child messenger, the people of Kyoto made an effort to please their gods.

These days, a young boy is chosen to spend the final four days of the first procession (17 July) perched precariously on one of the many decadent parade floats. The second parade is held on July 24, but the entire month is vibrant with late-night celebrations and delectable street food.

Gion is undoubtedly one of the busiest times to visit Kyoto, so if you want to take full advantage of the city and the festival, plan your trip well in advance and be prepared for possibly slightly higher hotel costs.


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