Celebrated on the first Monday of February, the Mexico Constitution Day marks the ratification of the Constitution in 1917.
The full week after 14th February, Sunday to Saturday, is observed as Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week. Aromatic, or aro, individuals are those who experience little or no romantic feelings.
Sri Lankan Independence Day is celebrated on the 4th of February each year. This national holiday marks the independence of the country from British tule in 1948.
The Independence Day of Grenada is celebrated on 7th February each year. This national holiday is marked by parades and ceremonies and is the day the country gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1974.
The annual national holiday on 11th January marks the foundation of Japan enforced by a specific Cabinet Order set in 1966. It is the accession date of Emperor Jimmu, the legendary first emperor of Japan.
The Tibet Independence Day is observed on 13th February. It marks the anniversary of the five-point proclamation issued by the 13th Dalai Lama in 1913.
The Statehood Day (Dan državnosti) is celebrated each year on 15th February marking the First Serbian Uprising in 1804 which gradually took the form of the Serbian Revolution against the Ottoman rule. The day is also, coincidentally, the day of adoption of the fist modern Serbian Constitution known as Sretenje Constitution.
Statehood Restoration Day marks the re-establishment of the Statehood in Lithuania. It is one of the three principal national holidays of the country.
Gambian Independence Day is celebrated on 18th February each year and is a national holiday. It marks the day the country gained independence from the United Kingdom.
Saint Lucia Independence Day is celebrated on 22 February each year. The day marks its inclusion in the Commonwealth of Nations in 1979 as an independent state.
Brunei National Day is a national holiday marking its independence from the United Kingdom on 1st January 1984.
Estonia Independence Day marks the day of the Estonian Declaration of Independence in 1918. It is a national holiday celebrated with concerts, parade and parties.
Established by General Lázaro Cárdenas, then President of Mexico, the Flag Day or Día de la Bandera is a national holiday in honour of the flag of the country. The day is also for the admiration of General Vicente Guerrero who was the first to pledge allegiance to the Mexican flag in 1221.
Kuwait National Day was originally celebrated on 19th June. But because of extreme hot climate, due to it being the peak of summer, the day was shifted to 25th February in 1963. It is a national holiday in the country.
Falling a day after the Kuwait National Day and, thus, setting up a two-day holiday, the Kuwait Liberation Day marks the defeat of Iraqi troops at the hands of US-lead coalition forces on this day in 1991.