Former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos established the inaugural National Bible Day in 1982.
Over the years, children and adults have shared online their interpretations and images of dinosaurs.
The day literally invites you to escape your daily existential concerns and live in the present. Although it is something that people should do every day, they put it off because of more essential matters.
The day, which originated in Spain and has since expanded throughout the world, honours the principles of pacifists and proponents of nonviolence, such as Mahatma Gandhi.
Every year, people are encouraged to try their hand at yodelling on this day. It encourages them to get to know their surroundings better by inviting them to yodel with them.
Kansas Day commemorates the day when Kansas was admitted to the Union as the 34th state. It is celebrated on January 29th, and has been a state holiday since 1961.
Auckland Anniversary Day is a public holiday in New Zealand, observed on the anniversary of the founding of Auckland. It is usually celebrated on 29 January.
The day was created to increase awareness of the importance of breast milk for infant health, and to encourage mothers to pump breast milk for their babies.
And on January 27, 2023, Americans will be able to show their appreciation for this timeless dessert as National Chocolate Cake Day is celebrated across the United States!
In 1888, the National Geographic Society, an organisation dedicated to advancing and disseminating geographic knowledge, was founded.