Independence Days Of Different Countries

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The list of Independence Day of the Countries, Independence Days Guide, Independence Days and Countries List.

Independence Days Of Different Countries

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  • 660 BCE – Japan
  • 221 BCE – China
  • 301 CE – San Marino
  • 843 CE – France
  • 976 CE – Austria
  • 10th Century CE – Denmark
  • 1001 – Hungary
  • 1143 – Portugal
  • 1206 – Mongolia
  • 1238 – Thailand
  • 1278 – Andorra
  • August 1, 1291 – Switzerland
  • 1419 – Monaco
  • 15th Century – Spain
  • 1502 – Iran
  • June 6, 1523 – Sweden
  • January 23, 1579 – Netherlands
  • 1650 – Oman
  • May 1, 1707 – United Kingdom
  • January 23, 1719 – Liechtenstein
  • 1768 – Nepal
  • July 4, 1776 – United States of America
  • January 1, 1804 – Haiti
  • July 20, 1810 – Colombia
  • Sept. 16, 1810 – Mexico
  • Sept. 18, 1810 – Chile
  • May 14, 1811 – Paraguay
  • July 5, 1811 – Venezuela
  • July 9, 1816 – Argentina
  • July 28, 1821 – Peru
  • Sept. 15, 1821 – Costa Rica
  • Sept. 15, 1821 – El Salvador
  • Sept. 15, 1821 – Guatemala
  • Sept. 15, 1821 – Honduras
  • Sept. 15, 1821 – Nicaragua
  • May 24, 1822 – Ecuador
  • Sept. 7, 1822 – Brazil
  • August 6, 1825 – Bolivia
  • August 25, 1825 – Uruguay
  • 1829 – Greece
  • October 4, 1830 – Belgium
  • 1839 – Luxembourg
  • February 27, 1844 – Dominican Republic
  • July 26, 1847 – Liberia
  • March 17, 1861 – Italy
  • July 1, 1867 – Canada
  • January 18, 1871 – Germany
  • May 9, 1877 – Romania
  • March 3, 1878 – Bulgaria
  • 1896 – Ethiopia
  • June 12, 1898 – Philippines
  • January 1, 1901 – Australia
  • May 20, 1902 – Cuba
  • November 3, 1903 – Panama
  • June 7, 1905 – Norway
  • Sept. 26, 1907 – New Zealand
  • May 31, 1910 – South Africa
  • November 28, 1912 – Albania
  • December 6, 1917 – Finland
  • November 11, 1918 – Poland
  • December 1, 1918 – Iceland
  • August 19, 1919 – Afghanistan
  • December 6, 1921 – Ireland
  • February 28, 1922 – Egypt
  • October 29, 1923 – Turkey
  • February 11, 1929 – Vatican City
  • Sept. 23, 1932 – Saudi Arabia
  • October 3, 1932 – Iraq
  • November 22, 1943 – Lebanon
  • August 15, 1945 – Korea, North
  • August 15, 1945 – Korea, South
  • August 17, 1945 – Indonesia
  • Sept. 2, 1945 – Vietnam
  • April 17, 1946 – Syria
  • May 25, 1946 – Jordan
  • August 14, 1947 – Pakistan
  • August 15, 1947 – India
  • January 4, 1948 – Burma
  • February 4, 1948 – Sri Lanka
  • May 14, 1948 – Israel
  • July 19, 1949 – Laos
  • August 8, 1949 – Bhutan
  • December 24, 1951 – Libya
  • November 9, 1953 – Cambodia
  • January 1, 1956 – Sudan
  • March 2, 1956 – Morocco
  • March 20, 1956 – Tunisia
  • March 6, 1957 – Ghana
  • August 31, 1957 – Malaysia
  • October 2, 1958 – Guinea
  • January 1, 1960 – Cameroon
  • April 4, 1960 – Senegal
  • May 27, 1960 – Togo
  • June 30, 1960 – Congo, Republic of the
  • July 1, 1960 – Somalia
  • July 26, 1960 – Madagascar
  • August 1, 1960 – Benin
  • August 3, 1960 – Niger
  • August 5, 1960 – Burkina Faso
  • August 7, 1960 – Cote d’Ivorie
  • August 11, 1960 – Chad
  • August 13, 1960 – Central African Republic
  • August 15, 1960 – Congo, Dem. Rep. of the
  • August 16, 1960 – Cyprus
  • August 17, 1960 – Gabon
  • Sept. 22, 1960 – Mali
  • October 1, 1960 – Nigeria
  • November 28, 1960 – Mauritania
  • April 27, 1961 – Sierra Leone
  • June 19, 1961 – Kuwait
  • January 1, 1962 – Samoa
  • July 1, 1962 – Burundi
  • July 1, 1962 – Rwanda
  • July 5, 1962 – Algeria
  • August 6, 1962 – Jamaica
  • August 31, 1962 – Trinidad and Tobago
  • October 9, 1962 – Uganda
  • December 12, 1963 – Kenya
  • April 26, 1964 – Tanzania
  • July 6, 1964 – Malawi
  • Sept. 21, 1964 – Malta
  • October 24, 1964 – Zambia
  • February 18, 1965 – Gambia, The
  • July 26, 1965 – Maldives
  • August 9, 1965 – Singapore
  • May 26, 1966 – Guyana
  • September 30, 1966 – Botswana
  • October 4, 1966 – Lesotho
  • November 30, 1966 – Barbados
  • January 31, 1968 – Nauru
  • March 12, 1968 – Mauritius
  • Sept. 6, 1968 – Swaziland
  • October 12, 1968 – Equatorial
  • June 4, 1970 – Tonga
  • October 10, 1970 – Fiji
  • March 26, 1971 – Bangladesh
  • August 15, 1971 – Bahrain
  • Sept. 3, 1971 – Qatar
  • November 2, 1971 – United Arab Emirates
  • July 10, 1973 – Bahamas
  • Sept. 24, 1973 – Guinea-Bissau
  • February 7, 1974 – Grenada
  • June 25, 1975 – Mozambique
  • July 5, 1975 – Cape Verde
  • July 6, 1975 – Comoros
  • July 12, 1975 – Sao Tome and Principe
  • Sept. 16, 1975 – Papua New Guinea
  • November 11, 1975 – Angola
  • November 25, 1975 – Suriname
  • June 29, 1976 – Seychelles
  • June 27, 1977 – Djibouti
  • July 7, 1978 – Solomon Islands
  • October 1, 1978 – Tuvalu
  • November 3, 1978 – Dominica
  • February 22, 1979 – Saint Lucia
  • July 12, 1979 – Kiribati
  • October 27, 1979 – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • April 18, 1980 – Zimbabwe
  • July 30, 1980 – Vanuatu
  • January 11, 1981 – Antigua and Barbuda
  • Sept. 21, 1981 – Belize
  • Sept. 19, 1983 – Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • January 1, 1984 – Brunei
  • October 21, 1986 – Marshall Islands
  • November 3, 1986 – Micronesia, Federated States of
  • March 11, 1990 – Lithuania
  • March 21, 1990 – Namibia
  • May 22, 1990 – Yemen
  • April 9, 1991 – Georgia
  • June 25, 1991 – Croatia
  • June 25, 1991 – Slovenia
  • August 20, 1991 – Estonia
  • August 21, 1991 – Kyrgyzstan
  • August 24, 1991 – Russia
  • August 25, 1991 – Belarus
  • August 27, 1991 – Moldova
  • August 30, 1991 – Azerbaijan
  • Sept. 1, 1991 – Uzbekistan
  • Sept. 6, 1991 – Latvia
  • Sept. 8, 1991 – Macedonia
  • Sept. 9, 1991 – Tajikistan
  • Sept. 21, 1991 – Armenia
  • October 27, 1991 – Turkmenistan
  • November 24, 1991 – Ukraine
  • December 16, 1991 – Kazakhstan
  • March 3, 1992 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • January 1, 1993 – Czech Republic
  • January 1, 1993 – Slovakia
  • May 24, 1993 – Eritrea
  • October 1, 1994 – Palau
  • May 20, 2002 – East Timor
  • June 3, 2006 – Montenegro
  • June 5, 2006 – Serbia
  • February 17, 2008 – Kosovo

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