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** Father's Day **

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(disambiguation).

Father's Day
Father's Day
Observed by Many countries
Type Commercial
Significance Honors fathers and fatherhood
Date Third Sunday in June (many countries); and other dates in other
countries
Related to Mother's Day, Parents' Day, Children's Day, Grandparent's Day

*Father's Day* is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating
fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Many
countries celebrate it on the third Sunday of June, but it is also
celebrated widely on other days. Father's Day was created to complement
Mother's Day, a celebration that honors mothers and motherhood.

*Contents*

· 1 History

· 1.1 Similar celebrations

· 2 Spelling
· 3 Dates around the world
· 4 International history and traditions

· 4.1 Argentina
· 4.2 Aruba
· 4.3 Australia
· 4.4 Austria
· 4.5 Belgium
· 4.6 Brazil
· 4.7 Canada
· 4.8 China
· 4.9 Costa Rica
· 4.10 Denmark
· 4.11 Finland
· 4.12 Germany
· 4.13 Haiti
· 4.14 Hong Kong
· 4.15 Hungary
· 4.16 India
· 4.17 Ireland
· 4.18 Iran
· 4.19 Italy
· 4.20 Japan
· 4.21 Kenya
· 4.22 Korea
· 4.23 Macau
· 4.24 Malaysia
· 4.25 Mexico
· 4.26 Seychelles
· 4.27 Nepal
· 4.28 Netherlands
· 4.29 New Zealand
· 4.30 Norway
· 4.31 Pakistan
· 4.32 Peru
· 4.33 Philippines
· 4.34 Poland
· 4.35 Portugal
· 4.36 Roman Catholic tradition
· 4


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father's_Day


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