YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 21, ARMENPRESS. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has visited Yerevan’s Republic Square to celebrate Independence Day with the people. Citizens were taking selfies with the Prime Minister as he was walking in the square. Numerous events are taking place in downtown Yerevan on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of Armenian independence. Events include concerts, exhibitions, painting events and others. At 14:00, the Selfie Hour kicked off in Republic Square, where people have the chance to meet famous figures. Edited and translated by Stepan Kocharyan … [Read more...] about Prime Minister visits Yerevan’s Republic Square to celebrate Independence Day with the people
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The National and Regional Celebrations Committee within the Ministry for Gozo will be hosting a musical concert by Ghaqda Muzikali San Girgor Kercem and Ghaqda Muzikali Vizitazzjoni of Gharb, which will be presided by the Minister for Gozo Dr Justyne Caruana. The Independence Day concert, which is on Friday, the 21st of September, is free of charge, will be held in Independence Square, Victoria, starting at 7.30pm. The general public are invited to attend and are kindly requested to be seated by 7.15pm. Malta gained its political Independence from Britain on the 21st of September 1964. On the night of the 20-21st September, the Maltese flag was raised at Independence Arena, Floriana, amidst the cheers of the large crowd present. Malta had become an independent nation. Permalink: Musical concert in Gozo to celebrate Independence Day on Friday … [Read more...] about Musical concert in Gozo to celebrate Independence Day on Friday
With backyard barbecues and fireworks thundering across night skies, Americans are celebrating Independence Day by participating in time-honored traditions that express pride in their country's 242nd birthday. But this quintessential American holiday will also be marked with a sense of a United States divided for some — evidenced by competing televised events in the nation's capital. From New York to California, July Fourth festivities will be at times lively and lighthearted, with Macy's July Fourth fireworks and Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest. The day's events will also be stately and traditional, with parades lining streets across the country and the world's oldest commissioned warship firing a 21-gun salute to mark the 242 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. For some Western states, however, the holiday will be a bit more muted as high wildfire danger forces communities to cancel fireworks displays. Here are highlights of Wednesday's … [Read more...] about Americans celebrate Independence Day despite divisions
EVERY year, families across the US get together to celebrate both Independence Day and the nation's most delicious dishes. Google marked tomorrow's holiday in a novel way, by compiling each state's special Fourth of July recipes. How is Google celebrating Independence Day food? Google created an interactive map exploring some of the best food America has to offer. The "Foodle" features highly searched recipes over the last 12 months for each state. It includes a gooey goulash from Michigan and spaghetti squash from Colorado. There are also instructions on how to make a Louisiana-style gumbo and Maine apple pie. What is Independence Day? Independence Day celebrates America’s independence from the British Empire. In 1775, the 13 colonies that made up America declared a war of independence against Britain. The British had inhabited America since 1587 and exploited their resources such as tobacco and tea. Tensions began to rise between the British and Americans as the British … [Read more...] about Fourth of July 2018 marked with Google Doodle – how is the search engine celebrating Independence Day food?
MINSK, 3 July (BelTA) – Independence Day, the key holiday of Belarusian statehood, is celebrated in Belarus on 3 July. Independence Day celebrations in VitebskThe decision to celebrate Independence Day on 3 July was made via a nationwide referendum held on 24 November 1996. In December 1996 Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko signed the decree to institute Day of Independence of the Republic of Belarus (Republic Day). The holiday is celebrated on the day Minsk was liberated from the Nazi invaders — 3 July 1944. The first Independence Day was celebrated in Belarus in 1997. Belarus was the first USSR republic to feel the brunt of the Nazi assault during the Great Patriotic War. On the second day after the war began, Minsk suffered from ruthless air raids and artillery bombardment. The Nazi troops met fierce resistance near the city. The 100th Rifle Division and the 64th Rifle Division were particularly courageous then. But the Nazi army managed to occupy Minsk on 28 June. … [Read more...] about Belarus celebrates Independence Day