Liberation Day in Bulgaria is celebrated on 3rd of March each year and commemorates the liberation of the country during the events of the Russo-Turkish War.
Bosnia and Herzegovina declared independence from Yugoslavia on 3 March 1992.
March 6th marks the unification of Gold Coast, Ashanti, the Northern Territories and British Togoland as an independent dominion with the name Ghana. The day is now celebrated as the Independence day in the country.
The Independence Restoration Day marks the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania. It is a national holiday along with the Es-Establishment of the Statehood (16th February) and Statehood Day (6th July).
Tunisia declared independence from France on 20 March 1956. The day is celebrated as the Tunisian Independence Day and is a national holiday.
Greece celebrates its independence day on the 25th of March which is the traditional starting date of the Greek War of Independence. The day marks the declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire.
On 27th March 1971, Bangladesh declared independence from Pakistan which is now celebrated as the Independence Day in the country and is a national holiday.