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St. Clement of Ohrid was born ca. 840 in what is today Macedonia, and was a disciple of the famous SS. Cyril and Methodius.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina has no common national day, and the 25 November is a contested day.
Since 1992, Slovenia has been celebrating Reformation Day (Dan reformacije) on 31 October. Although Slovenians are predominantly Roman Catholic, the Reformation contributed profoundly to the cultural development of the country.
The day when the Red Army entered Bulgaria in 1944 and the Communist Party grabbed power came to be celebrated as the national holiday during Communist rule.
Celebrated on 29 August, this anniversary marks the beginning of the Slovak National Uprising in 1944.
The Saints Cyril and Methodius were Byzantine Greek brothers born in Thessalonica in the 9th century
The Republic of Croatia celebrates Statehood Day (Dan državnosti) every year on June 25 to commemorate the country’s declaration of independence from the then Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Constitution Day (Święto Narodowe Trzeciego Maja) in Poland marks the Constitution of the Third of May, which is universally hailed as one of the proudest achievements in Polish history.
In Slovenia, The Liberation Front was established in Ljubljana on 26 April 1941 in the house of writer and literary critic Josip Vidmar, only two weeks after Slovenia was occupied by Nazi Germany and ten days after the Yugoslav authorities surrendered in Belgrade.
Baba Marta, or Granny March, is in Bulgarian folklore tradition an old lady who chases out winter and brings on spring
The Slovenian Cultural Holiday, known unofficially as Prešeren Day is a national holiday marking the anniversary of the death of the poet France Prešeren on 8 February, 1849.