One of Malta's national holidays is Sette Guigno, which is translated from Italian as “Seventh of June”. It commemorates the uprising against the British colonial government which occurred on June 7, 1919.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar observed as a month of fasting by Muslims all over the world. The first day of Ramadan is an official non-working day in some countries with predominantly Muslim population.
Birthdays of the members of the Royal Family are not official holidays in Denmark, but they are still considered special days in the country's calendar. For example, on June 7 Danes celebrate the birthday of Prince Joachim of Denmark.
In many countries, a special day is set aside to celebrate the national flag. Peru is no exception. National Flag Day in Peru is observed on June 7. It commemorates the Battle of Arica and the heroic act of Alfonso Ugarte.