June 25


August 13, 2022

June 25 is the 176th day of the year (177th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 189 days left until the end of the year. This day in history: June 24-June 25-June 26

Holidays and memorial days


UN: Day of the Seafarer World Vitiligo Day Color TV Day.


Slovenia: National holiday of Slovenia. National Day (1991) Mozambique: National holiday of Mozambique. Independence Day (1975) Croatia: Memorial Day of Croatia. Independence Day (1991) Ukraine: Day of the Customs Service of Ukraine (1992–2013) Ukraine: Day of the Customs Officer of Ukraine (from 2020) Guatemala: Teacher's Day. Philippines: Arbor Day. USA: Virginia State Day. (1788) National Catfish Day.


Saints Peter and Fevronia of Murom miracle workers

Name day

Catholic: Orthodox: Arkady, Arseny, Evgeny, Orest, Anastasia


1439 - The Council of Basel declared Pope Eugene IV a heretic and deprived him of power. 1530 — With the approval of Martin Luther, his closest associate Philip Melanchthon laid out the foundations of Lutheranism in 28 articles in German and Latin in the Augsburg Reichstag. Called the "Augsburg Confession", it established the ritual side of Lutheranism, the principle of subordination of the church to the state and reflected the desire of the leaders of Lutheranism to compromise with Catholicism. Emperor Charles V rejected it, demanding the return of the reformers to the bosom of the Catholic Church, which led to long years of struggle between the Catholic and Protestant princes of the Holy Roman Empire. 1580 - The "Book of Consent" was published, in which the foundations of Lutheranism were laid out. 1783 - French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier announced at a meeting of the Paris Academy of Sciences that water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen. 1807 - the meeting of emperors Alexander I and Napoleon I on a raft in the middle of the Nieman River marked the beginning of the Peace of Tilsit in the War of the Fourth Coalition 1848 — during the "Spring of Nations" in Galicia, a blue-yellow flag was hung over the Lviv Town Hall by decision of the Main Russian Council. 1857 - A collection of poems by the French poet Charles Baudelaire "Flowers of Evil" was published. 1863 - Shogun Tokugawa Iemochi ordered the expulsion of all foreigners from Japan. 1872 - The activity of the Order of Jesuits is prohibited in the German Empire. 1878 - Started