July. Photo: Freepik
July. Photo: Freepik

Below is a list of important days in July. Check out now for not missing anything important.

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

Doctor's Day is celebrated on 1 July. Doctor's Day is celebrated on the birthday and auspicious date of Dhyan Chandra Rai, the great physician of India and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, in addition to this, it is dedicated to all the doctors working in the field of education and to honor him this day throughout India. National Doctor Day is being celebrated in India since 1991.

National Postal Worker's Day is also celebrated on 1 July. This day is celebrated for all those postal workers. Who deliver our mail and packets to us.

On July 1, Canada Day, Chartered Account Day, National U. S. Postage Stamp Day, National Gingersnap Day is also celebrated.

1 – 14 July: Wimbledon

The 133rd edition of this Grand Slam tennis tournament kicks off at London‘s All England Club. It’s no secret that Wimbledon is a big deal, and it even has its own museum to prove it. Follow along to see if Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber hang on to their titles.

2nd July - World UFO Day

World UFO Day is observed on 2nd July. It was founded by the UFO hunter Haktan Akdogan. The first World UFO Day was celebrated in 2001 and spread awareness among people to gaze at the heavens scanning for unidentified flying objects.

2nd July: National Anisette Day

National Anisette Day is observed on 2nd July every year and is popular in Spain, Italy, Portugal, and France. Let us tell you that Anisette is anise-flavoured liquor that is made by distilling aniseed and sometimes made by adding sugar.

2 July: Palio di Provenzano, Siena

The first of two annual bareback horse races in Siena, Palio di Provenzano attracts locals and visitors alike. Each of the ten riders hails from a different “contrada” (one of Siena’s 17 districts), and attendees sport the colors of whomever they are supporting. The race, which has Medieval origins, is held in the magnificent Piazza del Campo.

3rd July - National Fried Clam Day

National Fried Clam Day is celebrated every year on 3rd July. Fried clam is the process of deep-frying the clams after being coated in the bread crumbs and striping it further. This is a traditional way to prepare fried crumbs.

4 July - Independence Day USA

Independence Day USA is celebrated on 4 July. United States Independence Day is also known as the Fourth of July or the Fourth. This day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on 4 July, 1776 from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

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

This annual two-weekend summer concert in London has hosted some of the best names in the biz like The Rolling Stones, Kylie Minogue, Eric Clapton, Bruno Mars, and Michael Bublé. The 2019 edition includes performances from Barbara Streisand, Florence and the Machine, Lykke Li, and more.

6 July - World Zoonoses Day

World Zoonoses Day is observed every year on 6 July to emphasize and bring problem awareness amongst people and teach them to take the right action. Do you know the first vaccination against a zoonotic disease was administered by Louis Pasteur on 6 July 1885?

11 July - World Population Day

United Nations Development Program (UNDP), 11 July 1989, started World Population Day. This day is celebrated on 11 July as World Population Day to bring attention to the increasing population of the world. In 1989, the world population was around 519.1 million. The world population has reached 7.7 billion in 2020.

12 July-National Simplicity Day

National Simplicity Day is celebrated every year on 12 July in honor of Henry David Thoreau. He lived a very simple life. And believed in living a simple life. He was an author, philosopher, historian, development critic, surveyor, and prominent philanthropic writer.

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

International Day of Justice, also known as International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day, is celebrated internationally on Tara July as an effort to protect the emerging system of international criminal justice.

18 July International Nelson Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela International Day is celebrated every year on 18 July to commemorate the contribution of the culture of peace, human rights harmony, and freedom. Nelson Mandela was born on 18 July 1918 in South Africa. He was a great revolutionary philanthropist and politician.

July 22 - Pie Application Day

The value of the pie is 22/7. For this reason, July 22 is celebrated as Pie Application Day. While Pie Day is observed on 14 March. Which is the same as the estimated value of 3.14? Albert Einstein's birthday is also on this day.

24 July - National Thermal Engineer Day

The day of 24 July is celebrated as National Thermal Engineer Day. Which shows the importance of advancing the thermal engineering industry. And provides innovative, high quality, and cost-effective thermal management and packaging solutions to electronics industries.

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

National Parents Day is observed on the fourth Sunday in July and in 2020 it falls on 26 July. This day is celebrated to honour all the parents who play a vital role in the lives of children. Their unconditional love and sacrifice for their children can't be measured.

28 July - World Nature Conservation Day

World Nature Conservation Day is observed on 28 July every year to recognise that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable and productive society and for future generations. We must protect, conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources.

28 July - World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is observed annually on 28 July to generate an opportunity to step up national and international efforts on hepatitis. Also, this day make people aware of the hepatitis disease and its consequences in the life of the people suffering from it.

29 July - International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day is observed every year on 29 July to spread awareness about the need for conservation of Tigers, promote the protection of the natural habitat of tigers. This day is also known as Global Tiger Day.

30 July - International Friendship Day

International Friendship Day is celebrated on 30 July to mark the importance of friends and friendship in life. The day also advocates the role that friendship plays in promoting peace in several cultures across the world.

Last Friday in July - System Administrator Appreciation Day

System Administrator Appreciation Day is observed annually on the last Friday of July to recognise the time and effort of the administrator’s, device doctors, tech-therapists who sacrifice and work their magic at unsocial hours.

July Important Festivals around the world

Photo: Wexas Travel
Photo: Wexas Travel

9 to 18 July: Calgary Stampede, Canada

They don't call Calgary the Stampede City for nothing! Each July, one million visitors flock to the Alberta city for a hugely impressive, no-expense-spared multi-day rodeo, complete with stage shows, parades, competitions, festivals and concerts.

Highlights include chuckwagon races and a funfair. Yep, there's also an abundance of fairground rides, with your usual waltzers, rollercoasters, Big Wheels and deliciously unhealthy fried doughnuts.

11 to 15 July: Naadam Festival, Mongolia

Drinking, gossiping and dancing aren't usually a core component of a sporting festival. But in Mongolia, the Naadam Festival or 'Manly Games' – testing the country's greatest wrestling, archery and horse racing champions – wouldn't be the same without a tipple or two.

Ulaanbataar, Mongolia's capital, is probably the biggest celebration, but across the country you'll find smaller versions of the same event. All are quite traditional, and the competitors will all be wearing traditional Mongolian dress. It's likely you'll attend with a guide, and visitors are welcomed by locals.

17 to 20 July: Boryeong Mud Festival, South Korea

Slipping, sliding, swimming, throwing, wearing, wrestling – whatever you like to do with your mud, you can do in Boryeong, South Korea, during the annual Mud Fest. (Be careful with the throwing, though.)

Going strong since 1999, there's no real backstory behind this one. It's just fun, and the parties surrounding the mud-based activities prove it. Better yet? Apparently, the mud in Boryeong is high in minerals, and can do wonders for plumping and brightening your skin. No wonder thousands from all over South Korea, Europe and the Americas flock to take part.

17 and 24 July: Gion Matsuri, Kyoto, Japan

Undeniably the biggest festival in Kyoto and Japan, Gion Matsuri is steeped in history. Gion Matsuri first began in the year 839 during a plague. Kyoto residents tried their best to appease their gods by offering up a child messenger.

These days, a young lad is chosen to sit on a decadent parade float (one of many), without his feet touching the ground, for four days before the first procession ends on 17 July. The second parade takes place on 24 July, but the whole month is filled with vibrancy, all-night parties and delicious street food.

Naturally, Gion is one of the busiest times to visit Kyoto, so to fully experience the city and the festival, you'll need to book your trip several months in advance – and possibly prepare for slightly higher hotel prices.

Above is a list of important days and festivals around the world in July that KnowInsiders wants to share with you. If you have any recommendations, please feel free to add them to the comment section below and don't forget to follow KnowInsiders for more interesting news. Thanks for tuning in!

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