December Global Holidays Youtube 2020

December Global Holidays Youtube 2020

December Global Holidays 2020 are coming soon; check out the list of all December Global holidays and national holidays in January 2020. A calendar for 2020 is given below, which shows all month-wise holidays on particular dates. All days are declared as weekend or official holidays by various government organizations worldwide on the first Sunday after New Year celebrations.

December Global Holiday List 2019:

Year Month Day Type 2018 December 1 Friday International Workers’ Solidarity Day 2018 December 2 Saturday Birthday of King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud 2018 December 3 Sunday Pongal/Sankranti/Lohri/Bihu 2019 2019 December 4 Monday Birth Anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee 2019 December 5 Tuesday AIDS Day 2019 December 6 Wednesday International Civil Aviation Day 2019 December 7 Thursday Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2019 December 8 Friday World Freedom Day 2019 December 9 Saturday International Anti-Corruption Day 2019 December 10 Sunday Human Rights Day 2019 December 11 Monday National Unity Day (Pakistan) 2020 January 1 Wednesday New Year’s Day.

Some of the popular global holidays celebrated in December month are as follows:

1. New Year’s Day: January 1, 2020

2. International Workers’ Solidarity Day: January 1, 2020

3. World Freedom day: January 3, 2020

4. Birth Anniversary of King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud: January 4, 2020

5. Pongal/Sankranti/Lohri/Bihu: 14th January 2020

6. International Civil Aviation Day: January 7, 2020

7. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: January 7, 2020

8. Human Rights Day: January 10, 2020

9. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Birth Anniversary: December 16, 2019 (Saturday)

10. AIDS Day: December 1, 2020 (Saturday)

11. International Anti-Corruption Day: January 9, 2020 (Wednesday)

12. National Unity Day (Pakistan): December 23, 2020 (Monday)

13. Christmas: December 25, 2020 (Friday)

14. New Year’s Eve: December 31, 2020(Thursday)

New Year’s Day is celebrated worldwide on January 1 as the beginning of a new year. It is a public holiday in many countries. Many people celebrate with fireworks, parades, and parties.

January 1 is also International Workers’ Solidarity Day, celebrating the international labor movement and workers’ rights.

World Freedom Day is celebrated on January 3 to commemorate the end of World War II and the achievement of freedom for many nations.

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