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May 21


Anastenaria (May 21-23)

Black Ships Festival (Third weekend in May in Shimoda, Japan; last full weekend in July in Rhode Island) May 21, 2011; May 21, 2016; May 21, 2017; May 21, 2022; May 21, 2023

Boston Pops (First week in May through middle of July)

National Family Month (Second Sunday in May through the third Sunday in June)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Battle of Iquique DayChile
Independence DayMontenegro
Whit MondayAntigua and Barbuda, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Congo
Whitsun MondayAndorra
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
References in classic literature ?
27, Rue du Helder, 21st May, half-past ten in the morning."
But, ere he entered his travelling carriage, Albert, fearing that his expected guest might forget the engagement he had entered into, placed in the care of a waiter at the hotel a card to be delivered to the Count of Monte Cristo, on which, beneath the name of Vicomte Albert de Morcerf, he had written in pencil -- "27, Rue du Helder, on the 21st May, half-past ten A.M."
"21st May.--Started 11 a.m., finding the atmosphere quite cold enough to travel by day, and carrying some water-melons with us.
He is expected back in the country on Tuesday, 21st May.
Several ladies had attended Staffordshire Federation's Centenary council meeting at the county showground.The AGM will be held on 21st May.The next WI coffee morning will be held on May 7.
Creating soundscapes On the Millennium Bridge ON 21ST MAY 2018 Years 3 and 4 went on a trip to the breath-taking Baltic.
MILLAR JANETTE Suddenly at Forth Valley Royal Hospital on 21st May, 2018, Janette (Nettie) Martin.
The cortege will leave her residence on Monday 21st May for Requiem Mass at St Patrick's Church, New North Road at 1.30pm followed by committal at Huddersfield Crematorium at 2.45pm.
The Service will be held at Tweedmouth Parish Church on Monday 21st May at 2pm, followed by Cremation at Warriston on Tuesday 22nd May at 10.30am.
Mirwaiz Molvi Muhammad Farooq was shot dead by unidentified gunmen after barging into his residence in Srinagar on 21st May in 1990.