Why is 26 December a holiday? 

In this article, we have provided you with some of the December 26 Holidays Observances and a list of the holidays celebrated in December globally.

Boxing day

Boxing Day is praised on December 26th consistently and is just celebrated in a couple of nations; principally ones generally associated with the UK and in a few European nations. The day additionally has strict associations and is commended as Saint Stephen’s Day in Ireland and the Catalonia locale of Spain.

Another hypothesis is that it was a free day for workers of the rich, and the day when they got an extraordinary Christmas box from their lords. The laborers would moreover get back on Boxing Day to give Christmas boxes to their families. This is one of the most popular December 26 Holidays Observances.

Kwanza

It is a 7-day cultural festival celebrated by African-American and Pan African people to celebrate their community and family.

Day of Goodwill

Day of goodwill is praised in South Africa.

National Candy Cane Day

It was first observed in the 17th century and now we can see it anywhere. 

National Homeowners day

This day celebrated all the homeowners.

December global holidays

This is a list of December global holidays:

  1. Hanukkah 2022 December 18th – December 26th
  2. World AIDS Day December 1st
  3. Krampusnacht December 5th
  4. Bodhi Day December 8th
  5. Feast of the Immaculate December 8th
  6. Human Rights Day December 10th
  7. St. Lucia’s Day December 13th
  8. Las Posadas December 16th – 24th
  9. International Human Solidarity Day December 20th
  10. Winter Solstice December 21st
  11. Christmas Eve December 24th
  12. Christmas December 25th
  13. Boxing Day December 26th
  14. St. Stephen’s Day December 26th
  15. Kwanza Dec 26th – 1st Jan
  16. New Year’s Eve December 31st

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