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In the Gregorian Calendar, May 30 is the 50th
(hundredth – fiftieth) day of the year.

There are 215 days left until the end of 2021!

Quote of the Day…

In the vast ocean of life we sail in different ways, the reason is the letter, but the passion is the winds.

— Alexander Pope
English poet (died May 30, 1744).

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “Such a Day as Today” / Image Credit: Gerd Altmann

May 30 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 1108: the Christian troops of Alfonso VI are defeated in the battle of Uclés (Cuenca) by the Almoravids of Granada, Valencia and Murcia, led by Yusuf ibn Tasufin.
  • 1416: The Catholic Church burns Jerome of Prague alive for defending the religious reformer Jan Hus.
  • 1431: in Rouen (France), the English burn alive the young French Joan of Arc on charges of heresy.
  • 1498: from Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Spain), the third voyage of Christopher Columbus and his sailors to the American continent begins.
  • 1516: in Aragon, Carlos I is named heir to the throne after the death of his grandfather Fernando el Católico.
  • 1539: in Florida (now the United States), the conquistador Hernando de Soto landed in Tampa Bay with 600 soldiers in his search for gold.
  • 1574: in France Henry III is crowned king.
  • 1574: in Uruguay, the advance Juan Ortiz de Zárate founds the village of San Salvador, today Dolores.
  • 1588: in Portugal, the last ship of the Spanish Invincible Armada sails from Lisbon towards the English Channel, where it will be destroyed.
  • 1806: In the United States, slave landowner Andrew Jackson (later President of the United States) duels a man after he accused Jackson’s wife of bigamy.
  • 1814: during the so-called Napoleonic Wars (Sixth Coalition), the first Treaty of Paris is signed allowing France to preserve the borders of 1792.
  • 1815: José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia proclaims himself perpetual dictator and head of the church of Paraguay.
  • 1825: in Colombia, the city of Tuluá receives its constitutional autonomy by segregating its territory from Buga.
  • 1837: in Valparaíso (Chile), the priest Juan Crisóstomo Liausú founded the Colegio de los Sagrados Corazones de Valparaíso, currently the oldest private education establishment in Latin America.
  • 1876: the Ottoman Sultan Abd-ul-Aziz is deposed and succeeded by his nephew Murat V.
  • 1879: New York’s City’s Gilmores Garden is renamed Madison Square Garden by millionaire William Vanderbilt and is open to the public at 26th Street and Madison Avenue.
  • 1883: in the United States, a rumor about the collapse of the Brooklyn Bridge (in New York) causes a stampede in which twelve people are crushed.
  • 1884: in France the divorce is reestablished, which had been annulled in 1816 by King Louis XVIII.
  • 1895: the Cuban poet José María de Heredia is accepted by the French Academy.
  • 1906: the Simplón tunnel is inaugurated in the Alps, which facilitates communication between Italy and Switzerland.
  • 1911: the first edition of the Indianapolis 500 is won by the American driver Ray Harroun, with his Marmon “Wasp” car.
  • 1913: Albania becomes independent from the Turkish Empire.
  • 1913: the signing of a peace treaty in London ends the First Balkan War.
  • 1915: in Turkey, the expropriation of property, deportation, rape and killing of Armenians begins. In the next eight years, more than a million people will die.
  • 1918: the civil war spreads in Russia. The Soviet government loses control of most of the country.
  • 1919: the sports magazine El Gráfico, the oldest in the country, is founded in Argentina.
  • 1922: in Washington (United States), the Lincoln Memorial is inaugurated.
  • 1925: in the United States, the engineer Dick Drew patents the adhesive tape, better known as scotch tape.
  • 1926: in Portugal, the “Braga pronouncement” triumphs, led by General Manuel Gomes da Costa, giving way to a military regime.
  • 1928: the Nicaraguan Academy of the Language is founded in Nicaragua.
  • 1934: The United States eliminates the Platt amendment and grants total independence to Cuba.
  • 1935: Bolivia accepts a thirty-day truce in the Chaco War, thanks to the mediation of Argentina and Brazil.
  • 1940: in Belgium, the government suspends King Leopold III from his duties alleging unconstitutional conduct.
  • 1942: a thousand British bombers attack the city of Cologne for 90 minutes, in the framework of the Second World War.
  • 1945: a British bombardment destroys the Peenemünde base, where the Nazis manufactured the famous V-2 missiles.
  • 1948: in South Korea, Syngman Rhee is named president of the National Assembly.
  • 1948: in the United States, a dam breaks on the Columbia River, flooding Vanport (Oregon). 15 people die and tens of thousands are left homeless.
  • 1950: in South Korea, the supporters of Syngman Rhee suffer an electoral defeat.
  • 1956: In the Enewetak Atoll, the United States detonates the atomic bomb Erie (name of an ethnic group of Native Americans), of 14.9 kilotons, the 75th of the 1,131 that the United States detonated between 1945 and 1992.
  • 1958: in the Enewetak Atoll the United States detonates its atomic bomb No. 132, Tobacco, of 11.6 kilotons. The second stage of the explosives does not work.
  • 1958: The United States buries several unidentified soldiers killed in action during World War II and the Korean War, in the Tomb of the Unknown at Arlington National Cemetery.
  • 1961: Rafael Leónidas Trujillo, dictator for 31 years (1930-1961), is assassinated in the Dominican Republic.
  • 1967: the southeastern territory of Nigeria is declared independent as the Republic of Biafra. In the next three years, more than a million people will die from starvation caused by the war against Nigeria.
  • 1969: the television channel TC Televisión, the third television channel in that country, is founded in Ecuador.
  • 1969: the new Constitution comes into force in Gibraltar, by which the British Empire grants the Rock an autonomous government.
  • 1971: The United States launches the Mariner 9 spacecraft bound for Mars.
  • 1972: the trial against the Angry Brigade begins in England.
  • 1972: In Japan, members of the Japanese Red Army carry out the Lod airport massacre.
  • 1972: in the United States, President Richard Nixon and the Soviet authorities sign the SALT agreements, on the limitation of nuclear weapons.
  • 1981: in Bangladesh, President Ziaur Rahman is assassinated in a secessionist coup led by General Manzur.
  • 1981: in Buenos Aires (Argentina) the bodies of Mauricio Shoklender and his wife are found. The couple’s male children – Pablo and Sergio – are accused of the crime.
  • 1982: in Colombia, Belisario Betancur is elected president.
  • 1982: Spain becomes the 16th member of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). It is the first country to enter after West Germany in 1955.
  • 1983: In Spain, the Canary Islands hold their first parliamentary session in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, an event that is remembered every year with the celebration of Canary Islands Day.
  • 1986: in Vatican City, Pope John Paul II presents the encyclical Dominum et vivificantem.
  • 1989: In Tiananmen Square, Chinese university protesters inaugurate the 10-meter-high statue of the Goddess of Democracy.
  • 1990: an earthquake occurs in Peru that causes dozens of deaths.
  • 1990: an earthquake occurs in Romania, causing dozens of deaths.
  • 1991: the British band Queen records the video for their song “These Are the Days of Our Lives”, the last one where their singer, Freddie Mercury, would participate, who to date was visibly affected by AIDS.
  • 1992: the UN decrees a total embargo against Serbia and Montenegro.
  • 1996: The Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice sentenced former President Carlos Andrés Pérez for “aggravated generic embezzlement” to two years and four months of house arrest.
  • 1998: A 6.6 magnitude earthquake kills 5,000 people in northern Afghanistan.
  • 2001: The Indonesian parliament decides to prosecute President Abdurrahman Wahid, amid violent unrest.
  • 2002: the removal of debris caused by the attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York officially concludes.
  • 2003: Alberto Marcos Martín is appointed academic at the Tello Téllez de Meneses Institution.
  • 2005: France rejects the European Constitution by plebiscite.
  • 2006: in Chile, more than 600,000 high school students participate in the national strike called as part of the school mobilization carried out during the last month.
  • 2006: the president of Colombia, Álvaro Uribe Vélez, is reelected in the first round of the presidential elections.
  • 2006: The Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, John W. Snow, presents the resignation of him.
  • 2008: TACA Flight 390 suffers an accident in Tegucigalpa (Honduras).
  • 2008: in New York, the UN votes for the Norms on cluster munitions.
  • 2009: at the River Plate stadium (in Buenos Aires) the last recital of the Los Piojos band takes place
  • 2010: Caracas FC is titled absolute champion of Venezuelan Professional Soccer for the eleventh time in its history, by defeating Deportivo Táchira with a score of 1-4 as a visitor at the Polideportivo de Pueblo Nuevo soccer stadium, in the second leg of the soccer final of that country.
  • 2014: in La Paz, the administrative capital of Bolivia, operations begin in the Mi Teleférico transportation system that connects with neighboring El Alto, and also with the towns where access by land is rough.
  • 2018: in Nicaragua, the Mothers Day Massacre occurs. According to the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts for Nicaragua, that day 19 people died and hundreds more were injured in armed attacks against protesters opposed to the government of President Daniel Ortega.
  • 2020: Spacex’s Crew Dragon Demo-2 launches from the Kennedy Space Center, becoming the first manned rocket to launch from the United States since 2011.
  • 2021: in Mexico, Cruz Azul is crowned champion for the 9th time in Mexican soccer after more than 23 years without being able to win a title, since the 1997 Winter Tournament, when he won his last title.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Susanne Jutzeler

May 30 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 1010: Song Renzong, Chinese emperor of the Song Dynasty (d. 1063).
  • 1220: Alexander Nevsky, national hero and Russian saint (d. 1263).
  • 1423: Georg von Peuerbach, Austrian astronomer (d. 1461).
  • 1580: Fadrique Álvarez de Toledo y Mendoza, Spanish military and politician (d. 1634).
  • 1672: Peter the Great, Russian Emperor (d. 1725).
  • 1757: Henry Addington, British politician, aristocrat, and prime minister (d. 1844).
  • 1812: Fernando Guzmán Solórzano, Nicaraguan military and politician (d. 1891).
  • 1814: Mikhail Bakunin, Russian politician and philosopher, theorist of anarchism (d. 1876).
  • 1814: Eugène Charles Catalan, Belgian mathematician (d. 1894).
  • 1820: Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Chauveau, Canadian politician (d. 1890).
  • 1845: Amadeo of Savoy, Spanish King (d. 1890).
  • 1846: Fernando Delgado Sanz (alias El Tuerto de Pirón), Spanish bandit from Segovia (d. 1914).
  • 1846: Carl Fabergé, Russian goldsmith and jeweler (d. 1920).
  • 1859: Pierre Janet, French psychologist and psychiatrist (d. 1947).
  • 1868: Camille du Gast, French pioneer (d. 1942).
  • 1875: Giovanni Gentile, Italian philosopher (d. 1944).
  • 1880: Joaquín Fanjul, Spanish military man (d. 1936).
  • 1881: Georg von Küchler, German field marshal (d. 1968).
  • 1882: Wyndham Halswelle, British runner (d. 1915).
  • 1883: Ricardo Zandonai, Italian composer (d. 1944).
  • 1886: Randolph Bourne, American writer (d. 1918).
  • 1887: Alexander Archipenko, Russian graphic artist and sculptor (d. 1964).
  • 1888: Maximino Martínez, Mexican botanist (d. 1964).
  • 1892: Enrique Bahamonde, Chilean lawyer and politician (d. 1980).
  • 1896: Howard Hawks, American producer and filmmaker (d. 1977).
  • 1899: Irving Thalberg, American film producer (d. 1936).
  • 1901: Cornelia Otis Skinner, American writer and actress (d. 1979).
  • 1902: Stepin Fetchit, American dancer and actor (d. 1985).
  • 1903: Countee Cullen, American writer (d. 1946).
  • 1907: Elly Beinhorn, German aviator (d. 2007).
  • 1908: Hannes Alfvén, Swedish physicist, Nobel Prize winner in physics in 1970 (d. 1995).
  • 1908: Mel Blanc, American voice actor (d. 1989).
  • 1909: Benny Goodman, American jazz clarinetist and conductor (d. 1986).
  • 1910: Inge Meysel, German actress (d. 2004).
  • 1912: Julius Axelrod, American neurochemist, Nobel Prize winner in Medicine in 1970 (f. 2004).
  • 1912: Hugh Griffith, British actor (d. 1980).
  • 1918: Guadalupe “Pita” Amor, Mexican poet (f. 2000).
  • 1919: René Barrientos, Bolivian politician, military and president (d. 1969).
  • 1919: Alberto Larraguibel, Chilean soldier and horseman (d. 1995).
  • 1920: Antoni Badia i Margarit, Spanish philologist, teacher and academic (d. 2014).
  • 1920: George London, Canadian opera singer (d. 1985).
  • 1920: Franklin Schaffner, American filmmaker (d. 1989).
  • 1922: Hal Clement, American science fiction writer (d. 2003).
  • 1922: Joaquín Gamboa Pascoe, Mexican lawyer and politician (d. 2016).
  • 1923: Anna Proclemer, Italian actress (d. 2013).
  • 1924: Armando Peraza, American musician of Cuban origin (d. 2014).
  • 1925: John Cocke, American computer scientist (d. 2002).
  • 1927: Clint Walker, American actor (d. 2018).
  • 1928: Gustav Leonhardt, Dutch musician and composer (d. 2012).
  • 1928: Agnès Varda, French filmmaker (f. 2019).
  • 1929: Mario Núñez Iordi, Uruguayan musician (d. 2011).
  • 1929: Nélida Roca, actress and Argentine starlet (f. 1999).
  • 1929: Fernando Inciarte, Spanish philosopher settled in Germany (f. 2000)
  • 1930: Juan Genovés, Spanish painter.
  • 1930: Robert Ryman, American painter.
  • 1931: Antonio Gamoneda, Spanish writer.
  • 1932: Rosa de Castilla, Mexican singer and actress.
  • 1933: Stefano Rodotà, Italian jurist and politician (d. 2017).
  • 1934: Alexei Leonov, Soviet cosmonaut (d. 2019).
  • 1934: Alketas Panagoulias, Greek footballer and coach (d. 2012).
  • 1936: Keir Dullea, American actor.
  • 1937: Emiliano Rodríguez, Spanish basketball player.
  • 1937: Armando Valladares, Cuban writer and dissident, nationalized American.
  • 1939: Michael J. Pollard, American actor.
  • 1939: Dieter Quester, Austrian racing driver.
  • 1943: Antonio Burgos, Spanish journalist and writer.
  • 1943: Víctor Laplace, Argentine actor.
  • 1943: Narcís Serra, Spanish socialist politician.
  • 1947: Fernando Martín Álvarez, businessman and president of the Real Madrid football club (d. 2006).
  • 1948: Salvador Puig Antich, Spanish revolutionary and last assassinated by vile stick of the Franco regime (d. 1974).
  • 1951: Fernando Lugo, Paraguayan politician, former Catholic bishop and sociologist, president of Paraguay between 2008 and 2012.
  • 1951: Stephen Tobolowsky, American actor.
  • 1951: Ferran Torrent, Spanish writer in the Catalan language.
  • 1953: Colm Meaney, Irish actor.
  • 1955: Topper Headon, British drummer, of the band The Clash.
  • 1955: Brian Kobilka, American physiologist and biochemist.
  • 1957: Ramón Alcoberro, Spanish philosopher.
  • 1958: Marie Fredriksson, Swedish singer-songwriter (f. 2019).
  • 1958: Miguel López-Alegría, American astronaut of Spanish origin.
  • 1959: José Manuel Aguilera, co-founder, vocalist and guitarist of the Mexican rock bands Sangre Asteka and La Barranca
  • 1963: Helen Sharman, British astronaut.
  • 1964: Wynonna Judd, American singer of country music.
  • 1964: Andrea Montermini, Italian racing driver.
  • 1964: Tom Morello, American guitarist, of the bands Audioslave, and Rage Against the Machine.
  • 1966: Stephen Malkmus, American musician, of the band Pavement.
  • 1968: Zacarías Moussaoui, French assassin, one of the hijackers of the planes in the attack of September 11, 2001.
  • 1969: Pablo Mackenna, writer and Chilean radio and television host.
  • 1970: Verónica Lozano, Argentine television host.
  • 1971: Idina Menzel, American actress and singer.
  • 1972: Mike Amigorena, Argentine actor.
  • 1972: Manny Ramírez, Dominican baseball player.
  • 1974: Big L, American rapper (f. 1999).
  • 1974: Andry Rajoelina, Malagasy politician, president of Madagascar since 2019.
  • 1974: Konstantinos Chalkias, Greek footballer.
  • 1974: Cee-Lo Green, American singer and musician, of the band Goodie Mob.
  • 1974: Shin Ha-kyun, South Korean actor.
  • 1975: Liberto Rabal, Spanish actor and filmmaker.
  • 1976: Radoslav Nesterovic, Slovenian basketball player.
  • 1976: Magnus Norman, Swedish tennis player.
  • 1979: Fabian Ernst, German footballer.
  • 1980: Steven Gerrard, British footballer.
  • 1981: Devendra Banhart, American singer-songwriter.
  • 1981: Blake Bashoff, American actor.
  • 1981: Gianmaria Bruni, Italian racing driver.
  • 1982: Eddie Griffin, American basketball player.
  • 1989: Ailee, American singer of South Korean origin.
  • 1989: Hyomin, South Korean singer.
  • 1990: Eury Pérez, Dominican baseball player.
  • 1990: Yoona, South Korean singer.
  • 1994: Madeon, diy and French producer.
  • 1996: Aleksandr Sergeyevich Golovín, Russian footballer.
  • 1997: Eunha, South Korean singer.
  • 1997: Jake Short, American actor.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Katrina

May 30 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 531: Xiao Tong, Chinese prince (b. 501).
  • 947: Ma Xifan, Chinese King (b.899).
  • 1159: Ladislaus II the Exile, Polish king (b.1105).
  • 1252: Ferdinand III the Saint, Castilian King (b. 1199).
  • 1379: Enrique el Fratricida, Castilian king (b.1333).
  • 1416: Jerome of Prague, Czech religious (b.1360).
  • 1431: Joan of Arc, French revolutionary leader (b.1412).
  • 1469: Lope de Barrientos, Spanish clergyman (b.1382).
  • 1548: Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, Mexican Indian, canonized by the Catholic Church (b.1474).
  • 1574: Charles IX, French king between 1560 and 1574 (b. 1550).
  • 1593 – Christopher Marlowe, British playwright (b. 1564).
  • 1640: Rubens (Pieter Pauwel Rubens), Flemish Baroque painter (b. 1577).
  • 1730: Arabella Churchill, British woman, lover of King James II (b. 1648).
  • 1744: Alexander Pope, British poet (b.1688).
  • 1770: François Boucher, French painter (b.1703).
  • 1778: Voltaire (François-Marié Arouet), writer, philosopher, historian and French lawyer (b. 1694).
  • 1808: Luis Carlos de Orleans, French aristocrat (b. 1779).
  • 1845: Santiago Arroyo y Valencia, hero of the Independence of Colombia (b. 1773).
  • 1848: Antonio Basoli, Italian painter (b. 1774).
  • 1867: Ramón Castilla, soldier and Peruvian president (b. 1797).
  • 1889: Silverio Franconetti, Spanish flamenco singer (b. 1823).
  • 1902: Charles Cordier, French sculptor (b.1827).
  • 1912 – Wilbur Wright, American aviator (b.1867).
  • 1918: Georgy Plekhanov, Russian politician (b. 1856).
  • 1919: Roberto Chery, Chilean soccer player (b.1896).
  • 1926: Vladimir Steklov, Russian psychologist (b.1864).
  • 1931: Delfín Chamorro, Paraguayan pedagogue (b. 1863).
  • 1932: Eugenio Fernández Quintanilla, Spanish architect (b. 1887).
  • 1934: Tōgō Heihachirō, Japanese admiral (b. 1848).
  • 1934: Julia Lópes de Almeida, Brazilian feminist and writer (b.1862).
  • 1941: Prajadhipok (Rama VII), Thai King (b. 1893).
  • 1942: John Barrymore, American actor (b. 1882).
  • 1946 – Louis Slotin, Canadian scientist (b.1910).
  • 1947: Georg Ludwig von Trapp, Austrian submarine commander (b.1880).
  • 1949: J. Searle Dawley, American film director and screenwriter (b. 1877).
  • 1951: Hermann Broch, Austrian author (b. 1886).
  • 1953: Dooley Wilson, American actor and musician (b. 1886).
  • 1955 – Bill Vukovich, American racing driver (b.1918).
  • 1960: Borís Pasternák, Russian novelist, 1958 Nobel Prize Winner (b. 1890).
  • 1961: Rafael Leónidas Trujillo, soldier, politician, dictator and Dominican president (b. 1891).
  • 1964 – Eddie Sachs, American racing driver (b.1927).
  • 1964: Leó Szilárd, Hungarian nuclear physicist (b. 1898).
  • 1965: Louis Hjelmslev, Danish linguist (b. 1899).
  • 1967: Claude Rains, British actor (b. 1889).
  • 1968: Berta Gangloff, Argentine actress (b. C. 1890).
  • 1971: Marcel Dupré, French organist and composer (b. 1886).
  • 1975: Steve Prefontaine, American athlete (b.1951).
  • 1978: Tetsu Katayama, Japanese politician (b. 1887).
  • 1979: Umberto Melnati, Italian actor (b. 1897).
  • 1981: Antônio Caringi, Brazilian sculptor (b.1905).
  • 1981: Ziaur Rahman, Bangladeshi President (b.1936).
  • 1984: Manuel Buendía, Mexican journalist (b.1926).
  • 1986: Perry Ellis, American designer (b.1940).
  • 1990: José Solís, politician and Spanish minister (b. 1913).
  • 1991: Manolo Gómez Bur, Spanish actor (b.1917).
  • 1992: Karl Carstens, German President (b.1914).
  • 1993: Gonzalo Barrios, Venezuelan politician (b.1902).
  • 1993: Marjorie Marge Buell, American cartoonist, from Little Lulu (b.1904).
  • 1993: Henry Heerup, Danish painter (b.1907).
  • 1993: Sun Ra, American jazz musician (b.1914).
  • 1994: Marcel Bich, French industrialist, from the Société Bic (b.1914).
  • 1994: Juan Carlos Onetti, Uruguayan novelist (b.1909).
  • 1995: Ted Drake, British footballer (b.1912).
  • 1995: José Finat, Spanish politician (b.1904).
  • 1995: Antonio Flores, Spanish singer and composer (b. 1961).
  • 2000: Tex Beneke, American musician (b.1914).
  • 2002: Ricky Espinosa, Argentine singer and guitarist, of the punk band Flema (b. 1966).
  • 2003: Gabriel Cualladó, Spanish photographer (b.1925).
  • 2003: Mickie Most, British music producer (b.1938).
  • 2006: Shohei Imamura, Japanese filmmaker (b.1926).
  • 2007: Jean-Claude Brialy, French actor and director (b.1933).
  • 2008: Harry Brautigam, Nicaraguan economist and academic (b. 1948).
  • 2009: Ephraim Katzir, Israeli biophysicist and politician, President of Israel between 1972 and 1978 (b.1916).
  • 2010: José Manuel Casas Torres, Spanish university professor and geographer (b. 1916).
  • 2011: Rosalyn Yalow, American physician (b.1921).
  • 2012: Andrew Fielding Huxley, British physiologist and biophysicist (b.1917).
  • 2012: Manuel Rotella, Spanish politician and businessman (b. 1931).
  • 2014: Joan Lorring, American actress (b.1926).
  • 2015: Jaime Almeida, Mexican musician and journalist (b.1949).
  • 2019: Frank Lucas, American drug trafficker (b.1930).
  • 2019: Thad Cochran, American politician (b.1937).
  • 2021: Jason Dupasquier, Swiss motorcyclist (b.2001).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Sakkanan Norkaew

May 30 – A Day as Today – Celebration

  • World Multiple Sclerosis Day.
  • Anguilla
    • Anguilla Day.
  • Argentina
    • National Organ Donation Day
  • Costa Rica
    • National Day of the Costa Rican Journalist.
  • Spain
    • Armed Force Day.
    • Canary Islands: Canary Islands Day.
    • Seville: Day of San Fernando (Fernando III of Castile: military man and Spanish king who reconquered the Iberian Peninsula), patron of the city.
  • Nicaragua
    • Mother’s Day.
  • Peru
    • National Potato Day.
  • Venezuela
    • Geographer’s Day.

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today” / Image Credit: Peter H

May 30 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Saint Anastasius of Pavia
  • Saint Dinfna
  • Saint Emmelia
  • Saint Fernando II
  • Saint Gabino of Porto Torres
  • Saint Hubert of Tongres
  • Saint Joan of Arc
  • Saint Luke Kirby
  • Saint Matthias Kalemba
  • Saint Palatine, martyr
  • Saint Sico, martyr
  • Saint Joseph Marello
  • Blessed Otto Neururer

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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May 30 – A Day as Today – Zodiac Sign

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