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Today Holidays
Egypt: Birth of the Prophet
Guinea: Birth of the Prophet
Mali: Birth of the Prophet
Niger: Birth of the Prophet
The-Gambia: Birth of the Prophet
Ethiopia: Birth of the Prophet
Mauritania: Birth of the Prophet
Djibouti: Birth of the Prophet
Eritrea: Birth of the Prophet
Comoros: Birth of the Prophet
Nigeria: Birth of the Prophet
Tunisia: Birth of the Prophet
Libya: Birth of the Prophet
Algeria: Birth of the Prophet
Morocco: Birth of the Prophet
Somalia: Birth of the Prophet
Sudan: Birth of the Prophet
Sierra-Leone: Birth of the Prophet
Côte-d'Ivoire: Birth of the Prophet
Senegal: Birth of the Prophet
Indonesia: Birth of the Prophet
Afghanistan: Birth of the Prophet
Oman: Birth of the Prophet
Iraq: Birth of the Prophet
Brunei: Birth of the Prophet
Kuwait: Birth of the Prophet
Syria: Birth of the Prophet
Yemen: Birth of the Prophet
Maldives: Birth of the Prophet
Jordan: Birth of the Prophet
Lebanon: Birth of the Prophet
Malaysia: Birth of the Prophet
Fiji: Birth of the Prophet
Guyana: Birth of the Prophet


1368 - In a coronation ceremony, Zhu Yuanzhang ascends to the throne of China as the Hongwu Emperor, initiating Ming Dynasty rule over China that would last for three centuries.
1510 - Henry VIII of England, then 18 years old, appears incognito in the lists at Richmond, and is applauded for his jousting before he reveals his identity.
1533 - Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII of England, discovers herself pregnant.
1546 - Having published nothing for eleven years, Francois Rabelais publishes the Tiers Livre, his sequel to Gargantua and Pantagruel.
1556 - The deadliest earthquake in history, the Shaanxi earthquake, hits Shaanxi province, China. The death toll may have been as high as 830,000.
1570 - The assassination of regent James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray throws Scotland into civil war.
1571 - The Royal Exchange opens in London.
1579 - The Union of Utrecht forms a Protestant republic in the Netherlands.
1656 - Blaise Pascal publishes the first of his Lettres provinciales.
1719 - The Principality of Liechtenstein is created within the Holy Roman Empire.
1789 - Georgetown College, the first Roman Catholic college in the United States, is founded in Georgetown, Maryland (now a part of Washington, D.C.)
1793 - Second Partition of Poland: Russia and Prussia partition Poland for the second time.
1849 - Elizabeth Blackwell is awarded her M.D. by the Medical Institute of Geneva, New York, becoming the United States' first female doctor.
1855 - The first bridge over the Mississippi River opens in what is now Minneapolis, Minnesota, a crossing made today by the Father Louis Hennepin Bridge.
1870 - In Montana, U.S. cavalrymen kill 173 Native Americans, mostly women and children, in the Marias Massacre.
1879 - Anglo-Zulu War: the Battle of Rorke's Drift ends.
1897 - Elva Zona Heaster is found dead in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. The resulting murder trial of her husband is perhaps the only case in United States history where the alleged testimony of a ghost helped secure a conviction.
1899 - Emilio Aguinaldo is sworn in as President of the First Philippine Republic.
1904 - Ålesund Fire: the Norwegian coastal town Ålesund is devastated by fire, leaving 10,000 people homeless and one person dead. Kaiser Wilhelm II funds the rebuilding of the town in Jugendstil style.
1907 - Charles Curtis of Kansas becomes the first Native American U.S. Senator.
1912 - The International Opium Convention is signed at The Hague.
1920 - The Netherlands refuses to surrender ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany to the Allies.
1937 - In Moscow, 17 leading Communists go on trial accused of participating in a plot led by Leon Trotsky to overthrow Joseph Stalin's regime and assassinate its leaders.
1941 - Charles Lindbergh testifies before the U.S. Congress and recommends that the United States negotiate a neutrality pact with Adolf Hitler.
1943 - World War II: Troops of Montgomery's 8th Army capture Tripoli in Libya from the German-Italian Panzer Army.
1943 - World War II: Australian and American forces finally defeat the Japanese army in Papua. This turning point in the Pacific War marks the beginning of the end of Japanese aggression.
1943 - Duke Ellington plays at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the first time.
1943 - World War II: The Battle of Mount Austen, the Galloping Horse, and the Sea Horse on Guadalcanal during the Guadalcanal campaign ends.
1945 - World War II: Karl Dönitz launches Operation Hannibal.
1950 - The Knesset passes a resolution that states Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.
1958 - Overthrow in Venezuela of Marcos Pérez Jiménez
1960 - The bathyscaphe USS Trieste breaks a depth record by descending to 10,911 m (35,798 feet) in the Pacific Ocean.
1964 - The 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution, prohibiting the use of poll taxes in national elections, is ratified.
1967 - Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Ivory Coast are established.
1968 - North Korea seizes the USS;Pueblo;(AGER-2), claiming the ship had violated their territorial waters while spying.
1973 - President Richard Nixon announces that a peace accord has been reached in Vietnam.
1973 - A volcanic eruption devastates Heimaey in the Vestmannaeyjar chain of islands off the south coast of Iceland.
1985 - O.J. Simpson becomes the first Heisman Trophy winner elected to the Football Hall of Fame.
1986 - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts its first members: Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley.
1997 - Madeleine Albright becomes the first woman to serve as United States Secretary of State.
1997 - Antonis Daglis, a 23-year-old Greek truck driver is sentenced to thirteen consecutive life sentences, plus 25 years for the serial slayings of three women and the attempted murder of six others.
2002 - "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh returns to the United States in FBI custody.
2002 - Reporter Daniel Pearl is kidnapped in Karachi, Pakistan and is subsequently murdered .
2003 - Final communication between Earth and Pioneer 10
2009 - Dendermonde nursery attack occurred in Dendermonde, Belgium.



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18 AprilEaster Monday (Húsvéthétfő)
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5 JunePentecost (Pünkösd)
20 AugustFoundation Day / St. Stephens's Day (Szent István ünnepe)
23 OctoberNational Day (Nemzeti ünnep)
1 NovemberAll Saints (Mindenszentek)
24 DecemberChristmas Eve (Szenteste)
25 DecemberChristmas (Karácsony)
26 DecemberBoxing Day (Karácsony másnapja)
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Republic of Hungary
Magyar Köztársaság
Republic of Hungary - FlagRepublic of Hungary - Coat of arms
Republic of Hungary - Location
Capital: Budapest
Official languages: Hungarian
Government: Republic
Currency: Forint (HUF)
Population: 9 931 000
Area: 93 030 km²
Religion: Catholicism (51,9%), Calvinism (15,9%), Lutheranism (3,0%), Irreligion (24,6%)
Time Zone:
UTC +1 - winter
UTC +2 - summer
Auto Code: H
Internet TLD: .hu
Calling code: +36
Corporate Income Tax: 10/19%
Personal Income Tax: 18/36%
Value Added Tax: 25,00%
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