Holidays Around the World

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Ghana Celebrates Its Farmers

Farmers Day in Ghana is a public holiday.

Farmers Day: December 4

Farmers Day in Ghana is a public holiday.

National Farmers Day was first initiated by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture to pay tribute to its industrious farmers whose hardwork contributed to the improvement of the agricultural sector. It was in 1988 that the government set aside the first Friday of December as Farmers Day and decreed that it would be a public holiday.

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Tonga Remembers King Tupuo I

King Tupuo I Day in Tonga is a public holiday.

King Tupuo I Day: December 4

King Tupuo I Day in Tonga is a public holiday.

December 4 in Tonga is a public holiday, and it is celebrated to commemorate the installation of Tupou Maeakafaua Ngininginiofolanga as ‘Tui Kanokupolu in 1845 as King Tupou I of Tonga.

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Laos Commemorates Lao National Day

Lao National Day in Laos is a public holiday.

Lao National Day: December 2

Lao National Day in Laos is a public holiday.

Laos commemorates this day as the day when the masses finally overcame the monarchy on December 2, 1975.

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Proclamation of the UAE Commemorated in the United Arab Emirates

Proclamation of the UAE in the United Arab Emirates is a public holiday.

Proclamation of the UAE Date: December 2

Proclamation of the UAE in the United Arab Emirates is a public holiday.

December 2 is a very important date in UAE history because they claim it is the real birth of their country, which produced a unified federation.

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Central African Republic Celebrates Republic Day

Republic Day in Central African Republic is a public holiday.

Republic Day Date: December 1

Republic Day in Central African Republic is a public holiday.

On December 1, 1958, the territory formerly known as Oubangui-Chari became an autonomous republic within the newly established French Community. Two years later, it was renamed the Central African Republic. Now the people of the country celebrate the formation of the republic every December 1.

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