On April 25, Anzac Day is observed in Australia and New Zealand. It is a national day of remembrance that honors all those who have given their lives in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.
Pesah, or Passover is one of the most significant Jewish holidays. It commemorates the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in ancient Egypt and the story of the Exodus. This festival commences on Nisan 15 and lasts for seven days in Israel and for eight days in the diaspora.
World Penguin Day is an annual celebration dedicated to one of the most amazing birds in the world. It is observed on April 25.
Red Hat Society Day is celebrated annually on April 25. It commemorates anniversary of the first meeting of the Red Hat Society, a social organization for women over age 50, that was took place in 1998.
World Malaria Day is a global observance that is held on April 25. It was first observed in 2008 and has been held annually ever since. It is one of the official global public health campaigns currently organized by the World Health Organization.