June 23: what a holiday today, what not to do and signs of the day

Learn about the most important holidays and events June 23 in history

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In the Orthodox Church on June 23 to celebrate the day Timothy

Today is the 174th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Before the end of the year there are 191 day. Birthdays – Antonina, Basil, John Alexander, Timothy. International Olympic day, public service Day UN in Ukraine – Day of public service in Estonia – victory Day in Luxembourg to celebrate the Day of the Grand Duke, in Moldova – Day of Declaration of sovereignty.

“Today,” they write, a birthday is celebrated by Ukrainians on 23 June 2019. In addition, we tell about the most interesting and important events that happened in history on this day, as well as about the main signs for June 23.

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June 23: what a holiday today, what you can and cannot do

In the Orthodox Church on June 23 honored the memory of the Martyr Timothy, which is also known as the Bishop of Prussia. It is interesting that the Slavs also there was a holiday like Agafea the Globe, and that he was associated with the beginning of the bathing season, although sometimes he did already on 21 June. However the common belief was such that Agapeo, June 23, it is possible to go to water. While all that was connected with steam and water in the day, were perceived extremely positively. Farmers June 23, everywhere stoked and harvested brooms for the entire year.

Signs on June 23

  • A flock of crows had seen them – wait epidemic of plague.
  • If you see wolves, it predicts a massive loss of livestock.
  • The muggy weather at sunrise – it will rain.
  • Chickweed blooms from the morning – a sign that the weather is nice.
  • If the person was born on June 23, the talisman he should wear emerald and garnet.

Important and interesting events in the history of 23 June

1803 – beginning of the era of steam ships. The first sample was demonstrated on the Seine river by Robert Fulton.

1868 – the first typewriter. Demonstration of the invention of an American, Christopher Scholes was in Wisconsin. The first copy had a fairly large size and could print only uppercase letters. In addition, the paper was in the middle of the device, so the printer could not even see the results of their work.

1917 – Declaration of autonomy of Ukraine in accordance with the Central Council of the I Wagon. The author of the document was Vladimir Vinnichenko.

1941 – the beginning of the most ambitious in the history of tank battles between the troops of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. The event occurred near the Lutsk-Rovno-Dubno-Brody.

1987 – the Ukrainian athlete Sergey Bubka in Prague set a new world record in the pole vault — 6.3 cm.

1990 – to their historical Homeland began to return the Crimean Tatars.

Who was born on June 23

1763 – the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, Empress of France, Josephine de Beauharnais.

1889 – Russian poetess Anna Akhmatova (Gorenko).

1910 – the famous French playwright Jean Anouilh.

1937 – Nobel peace prize laureate, the President of Finland from 1994 to 2000, Martti Ahtisaari.

1972 – Russian singer Konstantin Meladze.

1972 – French footballer Zinedine Zidane.

Earlier “Today,” wrote some Church holidays and anniversaries are celebrated in June 2019. In addition, we have been told, how many days rest Ukrainians on Trinity 2019.

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