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  1. 21 al 27 de marzo: Semana de solidaridad con los pueblos que luchan contra el racismo y la discriminación racial; Cultura inca: festival Sitwa Raymi, celebrando el equinoccio de primavera. Día del Síndrome de Down; México: Aniversario del Natalicio de Benito Juárez. Sudáfrica: Día de los Derechos Humanos.

  2. 21 de Marzo es un ejido del municipio de Álamos ubicado en el sureste del estado mexicano de Sonora. cercana a los límites divisorios con los estados de Chihuahua y Sinaloa. Según los datos del Censo de Población y Vivienda realizado en 2020 por el Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), 21 de Marzo tiene un total de 175 habitantes.

  3. Plantilla:Efemérides - 21 de marzo. 547 .—. Fallece Benito de Nursia, iniciador del monacato occidental y fundador de los benedictinos. 1806 .—. Nace Benito Juárez ( en la imagen ), político y presidente mexicano. 1847 .—. El capitán general Rafael Carrera establece oficialmente la República de Guatemala y se convierte en su primer ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › March_21March 21 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 0537 – Siege of Rome: King Vitiges attempts to assault the northern and eastern city walls, but is repulsed at the Praenestine Gate, known as the Vivarium, by the defenders under the Byzantine generals Bessas and Peranius. 2. 0630 – Emperor Heraclius returns the True Cross, one of the holiest Christian relics, to Jerusalem. 3. 0717 – Battle of Vincy between Charles Martel and Ragenfrid. 4. 1152 – Annulment of the marriage of King Louis VII of France and Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine. 5. 1188...

    1601 – 1900

    1. 1788 – A fire in New Orleansleaves most of the town in ruins. 2. 1800 – With the church leadership driven out of Rome during an armed conflict, Pius VII is crowned Pope in Venice with a temporary papal tiara made of papier-mâché. 3. 1801 – The Battle of Alexandria is fought between British and French forces near the ruins of Nicopolis near Alexandria in Egypt. 4. 1804 – Code Napoléon is adopted as French civil law. 5. 1814 – Napoleonic Wars: Austrian forces repel French troops in the Battl...

    1901 – present

    1. 1918 – World War I: The first phase of the German Spring Offensive, Operation Michael, begins. 2. 1919 – The Hungarian Soviet Republic is established becoming the first Communist government to be formed in Europe after the October Revolution in Russia. 3. 1921 – The New Economic Policy is implemented by the Bolshevik Party in response to the economic failure as a result of war communism. 4. 1925 – The Butler Act prohibits the teaching of human evolution in Tennessee. 5. 1925 – Syngman Rhee...

    Pre-1600

    1. 0927 – Emperor Taizu of Song(d. 976) 2. 1474 – Angela Merici, Italian educator and saint (d. 1540) 3. 1501 – Anne Brooke, Baroness Cobham, English noble (d. 1558) 4. 1521 – Maurice, Elector of Saxony(d. 1553) 5. 1527 – Hermann Finck, German composer and educator (d. 1558) 6. 1555 – John Leveson, English politician (d. 1615) 7. 1557 – Anne Howard, Countess of Arundel, English countess and poet (d. 1630)

    1601 – 1900

    1. 1626 – Peter of Saint Joseph Betancur, Spanish saint and missionary (d. 1667) 2. 1672 – Stefano Benedetto Pallavicino, Italian poet and translator (d. 1742) 3. 1685 – Johann Sebastian Bach, German Baroque composer and musician (d. 1750) 4. 1713 – Francis Lewis, Welsh-American merchant and politician (d. 1803) 5. 1716 – Josef Seger, Bohemian organist, composer, and educator (d. 1782) 6. 1752 – Mary Dixon Kies, American inventor (d. 1837) 7. 1763 – Jean Paul, German journalist and author (d....

    1901 – present

    1. 1901 – Karl Arnold, German businessman and politician, President of the German Bundesrat(d. 1958) 2. 1902 – Son House, American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 1988) 3. 1904 – Jehane Benoît, Canadian journalist and author (d. 1987) 4. 1904 – Forrest Mars, Sr., American candy maker, created M&M's and Mars bar(d. 1999) 5. 1904 – Nikos Skalkottas, Greek violinist and composer (d. 1949) 6. 1905 – Phyllis McGinley, American author and poet (d. 1978) 7. 1906 – John D. Rockefeller III,...

    Pre-1600

    1. 0543 or 547 – Benedict of Nursia, Italian saint (b. 480) 2. 0867 – Ælla, king of Northumbria 3. 867 – Osberht, king of Northumbria 4. 1034 – Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lotharingia(b. 955) 5. 1063 – Richeza of Lotharingia(b. 995) 6. 1076 – Robert I, Duke of Burgundy(b. 1011) 7. 1201 – Absalon, Danish archbishop (b. c. 1128) 8. 1306 – Robert II, Duke of Burgundy(b. 1248) 9. 1372 – Rudolf VI, Margrave of Baden 10. 1487 – Nicholas of Flüe, Swiss monk and saint (b. 1417) 11. 1540 – John de Vere, 1...

    1601 – 1900

    1. 1617 – Pocahontas, Algonquian Indigenous princess (b. c. 1595) 2. 1653 – Tarhoncu Ahmed Pasha, Albanian politician, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire 3. 1656 – James Ussher, Irish archbishop (b. 1581) 4. 1676 – Henri Sauval, French historian and author (b. 1623) 5. 1729 – John Law, Scottish-French economist and politician, Controller-General of Finances(b. 1671) 6. 1729 – Elżbieta Sieniawska, politically influential Polish magnate (b. 1669) 7. 1734 – Robert Wodrow, Scottish historian and...

    1901 – present

    1. 1915 – Frederick Winslow Taylor, American golfer, tennis player, and engineer (b. 1856) 2. 1920 – Evelina Haverfield, British suffragette and aid worker (b. 1867) 3. 1932 – Frantz Reichel, French rugby player and hurdler (b. 1871) 4. 1934 – Franz Schreker, Austrian composer and conductor (b. 1878) 5. 1934 – Lilyan Tashman, American actress (b. 1896) 6. 1936 – Alexander Glazunov, Russian composer and conductor (b. 1865) 7. 1939 – Evald Aav, Estonian composer and conductor (b. 1900) 8. 1939...

    Arbor Day (Portugal)
    Birth of Benito Juárez, a Fiestas Patrias (Mexico)
    Christian feast day:
    Earliest day on which Holy Saturday can fall, while April 24 is the latest; celebrated on the Saturday before Easter (Christianity)
  5. Marzo. Marzo es el tercer mes del año en el calendario gregoriano y tiene 31 días. Su nombre deriva del latín Martius, que era el primer mes del calendario romano. Martius a su vez se deriva de Mars, el nombre en latín de Marte, dios romano de la guerra. Durante marzo ocurre, alrededor de los días 20 o 21 (dependiendo el año), uno de los ...

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    1963 - Pecha a Prisión Federal de Alcatraz, na baía de San Francisco.
    1979 - Primeira pena de morte por inxección letal nos Estados Unidos na persoa de Lynda May Burnett, quen en 1978secuestrara e asasinara a un neno.
    1980 - O Presidente americano Jimmy Carter anuncia un boicoteo dos Xogos Olímpicos de 1980 en Moscova, en protesta pola invasión soviética de Afganistán.
    1768 - Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier, matemático e físico francés.
    1806 - Benito Juárez, estadista e heroe mexicano.
    1830 - Emilio Álvarez Giménez, escritor e político galego (m. 1911).
    1885 - Ulpiano Piña, farmacéutico e político galego (m. 1972).
    1090 - García I de GaliciaRei de Galicia.
    1762 - Nicolas Louis de Lacaille, astrónomo francés.
    1864 - Ubaldo Pasarón Lastra, militar, inventor e escritor galego (n. 1827).
    1910 - Nadar, xornalista e fotógrafo francés.* 1957 - José Rey González, mestre e poeta galego.
    Día Internacional da eliminación da Discriminación Racial
    Día Mundial da Poesía, proclamado pola UNESCO en 1999 [1].
    Día Mundial dos Bosques.[2]

    Santoral: Santos: Endeus, Lupicino, abades; Serapión, Birilo, Xustiniano, bispos; Filemón, Domnino, mártires; Nicolás de Flüe, confesor; Elías, eremita; Fabiola.

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