England also held a series of special days, allreferred not only to its history, butglobalcelebrations, which include a pe...
JANUARY 2012                  FEBRUARY 2012                 MARCH 2012                        APRIL 2012L    M M J V S    ...
January 1 New Year (New Years Day)As in many parts of the world, year-end holidays are a special occasion tocelebrate     ...
February 14 (Valentine)On this day marks the birthday of St.Valentine. Also known as Valentines Day orDay of Love and Frie...
March 17, St. PatricksDay (Saint Patricks Day)Despite being of Irish, St. Patricks party takesplace with parties, includin...
•April 1, Holy Innocents Day (April Fools Day)          This is a date that is used to play him jokes to people, to       ...
•Good Friday        This day marks a major celebration of the Catholic religion, the death of        Jesus of Nazareth. As...
•April 23, Day of San Jorge (St. Georges Day)         On this day commemorates the death of the saint and soldier San Jorg...
•Easter Monday         It is held after Easter Day (Sunday).                                                 ANTERIOR
•First Monday in May (May Day Bank Holiday orEaster Monday)                    ANTERIOR
•Last Monday in May (Spring Bank Holiday)                    ANTERIOR
First Monday in June (June Bank Holiday)                 ANTERIOR
July 12 (Battle of the Boyne - Day of theOrder of Orange)                   ANTERIOR
•First Monday in August (Bank Holiday Summer)                     ANTERIOR
•Last Monday in August (Bank Holiday Summer)                    ANTERIOR
October 31 (Halloween or Halloween)                       ANTERIOR
5      November         (Guy      Fawkes     Night)It takes place at night to commemorate the failedattempt, known as the ...
•December 24, Christmas Eve (Christmas Eve)                                              ANTERIOR
•December 25 (Christmas)        Christmas is a universal festival, and in England        the commonly happens in their hom...
•December 26 (Boxing Day / St. Stephens Day)        It is known as Boxing Day because it is a time        when traders rec...
•December 31 New Years Eve (NewYears Eve)                                              ANTERIOR
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Important days of england

  1. 1. England also held a series of special days, allreferred not only to its history, butglobalcelebrations, which include a period between Januaryand June, days ofhype, and party, color and othercharacteristics related to joy. Meet someof theseholidays in England:
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  3. 3. January 1 New Year (New Years Day)As in many parts of the world, year-end holidays are a special occasion tocelebrate and many, especially inEngland welcome the new year comes withafireworks display. ANTERIOR
  4. 4. February 14 (Valentine)On this day marks the birthday of St.Valentine. Also known as Valentines Day orDay of Love and Friendship. ANTERIOR
  5. 5. March 17, St. PatricksDay (Saint Patricks Day)Despite being of Irish, St. Patricks party takesplace with parties, includingparades. ANTERIOR
  6. 6. •April 1, Holy Innocents Day (April Fools Day) This is a date that is used to play him jokes to people, to large companies and TV networks make jokes. ANTERIOR
  7. 7. •Good Friday This day marks a major celebration of the Catholic religion, the death of Jesus of Nazareth. As is known, died crucified in the first century This day will demonstratevarious religious maniestaciones and England is no exception. ANTERIOR
  8. 8. •April 23, Day of San Jorge (St. Georges Day) On this day commemorates the death of the saint and soldier San Jorge, verypopular and widespread of the Christian regilión around the world. ANTERIOR
  9. 9. •Easter Monday It is held after Easter Day (Sunday). ANTERIOR
  10. 10. •First Monday in May (May Day Bank Holiday orEaster Monday) ANTERIOR
  11. 11. •Last Monday in May (Spring Bank Holiday) ANTERIOR
  12. 12. First Monday in June (June Bank Holiday) ANTERIOR
  13. 13. July 12 (Battle of the Boyne - Day of theOrder of Orange) ANTERIOR
  14. 14. •First Monday in August (Bank Holiday Summer) ANTERIOR
  15. 15. •Last Monday in August (Bank Holiday Summer) ANTERIOR
  16. 16. October 31 (Halloween or Halloween) ANTERIOR
  17. 17. 5 November (Guy Fawkes Night)It takes place at night to commemorate the failedattempt, known as the Gunpowder Plot, with whicha Catholic faction, attempted to destroy the Palaceof Westminster, the seat of parliament. ANTERIOR
  18. 18. •December 24, Christmas Eve (Christmas Eve) ANTERIOR
  19. 19. •December 25 (Christmas) Christmas is a universal festival, and in England the commonly happens in their homes, family, even as the celebration begins in advance by sending cards andplacing a decorated tree at home. ANTERIOR
  20. 20. •December 26 (Boxing Day / St. Stephens Day) It is known as Boxing Day because it is a time when traders receive a bonus in recognition of his work done during the year. ANTERIOR
  21. 21. •December 31 New Years Eve (NewYears Eve) ANTERIOR

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