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Cambodia remembers Birthday Anniversary of King Sihanouk

Birth of King Sihanouk is a National Holiday in Cambodia

Birth of King Sihanouk: October 31-November 2

Birth of King Sihanouk is a Public Holiday in Cambodia.

The birth of King Norodom Sihanouk took place on Oct. 31st 1922 in Cambodia at the capital of Phnom Penh. King Norodom Sihanouk was a direct descendant of the 19th century King Norodom. King Sihanouk was ruler of Cambodia on two separate occasions, 1941-1955 and again from1993-2004. As a nationalist leader, King Sihanouk secured Cambodia’s independence from French colonial rule and protected his beloved country from the most powerful rivalries.

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Halloween Day

Halloween Date: October 31

Halloween Day is celebrated as a festival worldwide.

A festival that is closely related to All Saints day or sometimes even considered the same in some parts of the world is Halloween. The festival itself evokes a great sense of joy among the younger generation of people. The festival comes about as a practice followed among the Christian population and had its genesis in Samhain, a Celtic festival.

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Reformation Day is Celebrated in Slovenia

Reformation Day in Slovenia is a national holiday.

Reformation Day Date: October 31

Slovenia celebrates Reformation Day as a public holiday.

Slovenia, on October 31, celebrates Reformation Day to mark the anniversary that ushered in a wave of reforms. Reformation Day is a national holiday in Slovenia.

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Taiwan Celebrates Chiang Kai-Shek Day

Chiang Kai-Shek Day in Taiwan is a national holiday.

Chiang Kai-Shek Day Date: October 31

Taiwan celebrates Chiang Kai-Shek Day as a public holiday.

On October 31, Taiwan celebrates Chiang Kai-Shek Day. The birth anniversary of Chiang Kai-Shek is celebrated as a national holiday in Taiwan.

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Reformation Day

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Reformation Day: October 31

Reformation Day is observed in Germany and Slovenia.

As the name of this holiday clearly suggests, it is a day when people across several countries of the world celebrate one of the most important and crucial Reformations to have occurred in the history of Christianity, the Protestant Reformation.

Reformation Day is a religious holiday, which is celebrated in many countries of the world with a largely Christian population. It is celebrated on the last day of October every year. Many countries observe this day as a national or public holiday.

Reformation Day.
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