This is what is celebrated and remembered on September 1st.
L’September 1 o September 1st is the 244th day of the Gregorian calendar, with 121 days left until the end of the year: here is an almanac of the day with saints, anniversaries and anniversaries to remember.
What is celebrated on September 1
The first day of September beginsmeteorological autumn (although the winter solstice actually falls at the end of the month). The saint of the day, revered by the Catholic Church on September 1, is Sant’Egidiopatron of blacksmiths, invalids, hermits, epileptics, lepers and the poor, horses and sheep, as well as barren people.
In Italy we celebrate Creation Day. There are many anniversaries around the world: National Unity Day in Cameroon, Knowledge Day in Russia, Teacher’s Day in Singapore, Constitution Day in Slovakia, Independence Day in Uzbekistan.
Birthdays, anniversaries and anniversaries
They are different, I born September 1, who celebrate their birthday on the first day of the new month. Among them: Elisabetta Belloni, Italian diplomat; Sergio Chiamparino, Italian politician; Paola De Micheli, Italian politician and manager; Oscar Fulvio Giannino, Italian journalist; Jeon Jungkook, South Korean singer BTS; Bill Kaulitz, musician and member of Tokyo Hotel; Carlos Sainz Vasquez de Castro, Formula One driver; Zendaya Coleman is an American actress and singer.
- Carmelo Pompilio Realino Antonio Bene, Italian playwright;
- Edda, daughter of Mussolini;
- Vittorio Gassman, Italian actor;
- Sandra Mondaini, Italian actress.
It happened today, September 1st.
5509 BC – The first year of the Byzantine calendar begins. According to Byzantine tradition, this is the date of the creation of the world.
1715 – King Louis XIV of France dies after 72 years of reign.
1729 – A devastating earthquake in Palermo, resulting in several collapses and casualties in the historic center.
1847 – The uprising against the Bourbons in Messina is immediately put down.
1897 – September 1 in Boston (USA) will open the first subway in North America.
1914 – St. Petersburg (Russia) changes its name to Petrograd.
1917 – On September 1, Russia officially proclaims itself a republic.
1939 – The attack of Nazi Germany on Poland marked the beginning of World War II.
1969- The Libyan revolution brought Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to power.
1970- Attempted assassination of King Hussein of Jordan by Palestinian guerrillas.
1985- The wreck of the Titanic has been found.
1991- September 1 Uzbekistan gains independence from the USSR.
2004- Attack of Chechen terrorists in Beslan (North Ossetia-Alania, Russia). Several children and adults are taken hostage in an elementary school.