June 23 is the 174th day of the year (175th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar.
There are 191 days left until the end of the year.
Until October 15, 1582 - June 23 according to the Julian calendar, from October 15, 1582 - June 23 according to the Gregorian calendar.
In the 20th and 21st centuries, it corresponds to June 10 according to the Julian calendar.
Holidays and memorable days
See also: Category:Holidays June 23
International Olympic Day (1894)
UN - United Nations Public Service Day (2003)
International Widows Day (2011)
Russia - Balalaika Day (2008)
Kazakhstan - Police Day (2007)
Moldova - Sovereignty Day (1990)
Ukraine - Public Service Day
Estonia - Võidupüha Victory Day (1919)
Latvia - Ligo Day
Luxembourg - Grand Duke Henri (Birthday)
Spain - Feast of Saint Juan (culmination - the night of June 24)
Norway, Denmark - Saint Hans Day
Orthodoxy in memory of the martyr Alexander and the martyr Antonina the virgin (c. 313)
Holy Hieromartyr Timothy, Bishop of Prussia (361-363)
memory of the Monk Theophan of Antioch (363)
memory of St. Bassian, Bishop of Lavdia (409)
the memory of St. Siluan, hermit of the Caves, in the Far Caves (XIII-XIV)
Uncovering the relics of St. Basil, Bishop of Ryazan (1609)
Saint John (Maximovich), Metropolitan of Tobolsk (1715)
memory of the venerable confessor Tamar (Mardzhanova) (1936)
Holy Martyr Timothy Ulyanov, Presbyter (1940)
Cathedral of the Siberian Saints (1984)
Cathedral of the Ryazan Saints (1987)
Catholic: Wanda, Zeno, Joseph.
Orthodox: Alexander, Antonina, Vasily, Ivan, Timothy, Feofan.
See also: Category:Events June 23
Until the 19th century
479 - The last South Sung emperor Shun-di, deposed a month before by the commander Xiao Daocheng, is killed.
718 - A battle took place in the Covadonga Valley in the Spanish province of Asturias, in which the local militia, led by Pelayo, stopped the advance of the Arabs in Spain. This battle is considered the beginning of the Reconquista.
1305 - France and Flanders conclude the Treaty of Atis.
1314 - English army defeated at Bannockburn.
1710 - after a two-month siege, the Russian army entered Vyborg.
1724 - Russian Empire and Turkey in Ko