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Retrocession Day in Taiwan

Taiwan observes Retrocession Day as a public holiday.

Taiwan Retrocession Day: October 25

Taiwan observes Retrocession Day as a public holiday.

Every year on October 25, Retrocession Day is an annual observance in Taiwan commemorating the end of 50 years of Japanese rule in 1945.

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Kazakhstan Republic Day is a Public Holiday

Republic Day in Kazakhstan is a public holiday.

Republic Day Kazakhstan: October 25

Republic Day is a public holiday in Kazakhstan.

In Kazakhstan, October 25 is observed as Republic Day, which celebrates Kazakh nationalism and commemorates the nation’s independence.

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Grenada celebrates Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day in Grenada is a public holiday.

Grenada Thanksgiving Day: October 25

Grenada Celebrates Thanksgiving Day as a National Holiday

In Grenada, Thanksgiving Day is a public holiday that commemorates the anniversary of the 1983 Caribbean and American military intervention in Grenada. A joint military force arrived in Grenada on Oct 25th to restore stability to the country following the deaths of then Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and some of his colleagues.

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The Cook Islands Celebrate Gospel Day

Gospel Day on the Cook Islands is a public holiday.

Cook Islands Gospel Day: October 25

Cook Islands celebrates Gospel Day as a national holiday.

On October 25 on the Cook Island, Gospel Day commemorates the arrival of Christianity to the islands, and the celebration is full of colorful costumes and singing. The islanders manage the day with festive and animated holiday flair.

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Zambia Rejoices Independence Day

Independence Day in Zambia is a public holiday.

Zambia Independence Day: October 24

Zambia Celebrates Independence Day as a National Holiday
Every year on October 24, Zambia celebrates its Independence Day in commemoration of the day it attained its freedom from British rule in 1964.
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