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  1. 24 de diciembre El 24 de diciembre es el 358.º (tricentésimo quincuagésimo octavo) día del año en el calendario gregoriano y el 359.º en los años bisiestos. Quedan 7 días para finalizar el año. Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Celebraciones 4.1 Santoral católico 5 Véase también 6 Referencias 7 Enlaces externos

  2. La Nochebuena es la celebración cristiana de la noche en que nació Jesús, la noche del 24 de diciembre, víspera del día de Navidad. Aunque las costumbres varían de unos países a otros, es bastante común una reunión familiar para cenar e intercambiarse regalos. Se considera como una fiesta de carácter cultural y familiar, ya que también se reúnen las familias aunque no haya celebración religiosa. Los testigos de Jehová no celebran esta festividad por considerarla de ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › December_24December 24 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 502 – Chinese emperor Xiao Yan names Xiao Tonghis heir designate. 2. 640 – Pope John IV is elected, several months after his predecessor's death. 3. 759 – Tang dynasty poet Du Fu departs for Chengdu, where he is hosted by fellow poet Pei Di. 4. 1144 – The capital of the crusader County of Edessa falls to Imad ad-Din Zengi, the atabeg of Mosul and Aleppo. 5. 1294 – Pope Boniface VIII is elected, replacing St. Celestine V, who had resigned. 6. 1500 – A joint Venetian–Spanish fleet captures t...

    1601–1900

    1. 1737 – The Marathas defeat the combined forces of the Mughal Empire, Rajputs of Jaipur, Nizam of Hyderabad, Nawab of Awadh and Nawab of Bengal in the Battle of Bhopal. 2. 1777 – Kiritimati, also called Christmas Island, is discovered by James Cook. 3. 1800 – The Plot of the rue Saint-Nicaise fails to kill Napoleon Bonaparte. 4. 1814 – Representatives of the United Kingdom and the United States sign the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812. 5. 1818 – The first performance of "Silent Nigh...

    1901–present

    1. 1906 – Reginald Fessenden transmits the first radio broadcast; consisting of a poetry reading, a violinsolo, and a speech. 2. 1913 – The Italian Hall disaster in Calumet, Michigan results in the deaths of 73 Christmasparty participants (including 59 children) when someone falsely yells "fire". 3. 1914 – World War I: The "Christmas truce" begins. 4. 1918 – Region of Međimurje is captured by the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes from Hungary. 5. 1920 – Gabriele D'Annunzio surrendered the...

    Pre-1600

    1. 3 BC – Galba, Roman emperor (died 69) 2. 1166 – John, King of England(died 1216) 3. 1389 – John V, Duke of Brittany(died 1442) 4. 1474 – Bartolomeo degli Organi, Italian musician (died 1539) 5. 1475 – Thomas Murner, German poet and translator (died 1537) 6. 1508 – Pietro Carnesecchi, Italian scholar (died 1567) 7. 1520 – Martha Leijonhufvud, Swedish noble (died 1584) 8. 1537 – Willem IV van den Bergh, Stadtholder of Guelders and Zutphen (died 1586) 9. 1549 – Kaspar Ulenberg, German theolog...

    1601–1900

    1. 1625 – Johann Rudolph Ahle, German organist, composer, and theorist (died 1673) 2. 1635 – Mariana of Austria(died 1696) 3. 1679 – Domenico Sarro, Italian composer and educator (died 1744) 4. 1698 – William Warburton, English bishop (died 1779) 5. 1726 – Johann Hartmann, Danish composer (died 1793) 6. 1731 – Julie Bondeli, Swiss salonist and lady of letters (died 1778) 7. 1754 – George Crabbe, English priest, surgeon, and poet (died 1832) 8. 1761 – Selim III, Ottoman sultan (died 1808) 9. 1...

    1901–present

    1. 1903 – Joseph Cornell, American sculptor and director (died 1972) 2. 1903 – Ernst Krenkel, Polish-Russian geographer and explorer (died 1971) 3. 1903 – Ava Helen Pauling, American humanitarian and activist (died 1981) 4. 1904 – Joseph M. Juran, Romanian-American engineer and businessman (died 2008) 5. 1905 – Howard Hughes, American businessman, engineer, and pilot (died 1976) 6. 1906 – Franz Waxman, German-American composer and conductor (died 1967) 7. 1907 – I. F. Stone, American journali...

    Pre-1600

    1. 36 – Gongsun Shu, emperor of Chengjia 2. 427 – Archbishop Sisinnius I of Constantinople 3. 903 – Hedwiga, duchess of Saxony 4. 950 – Shi Hongzhao, Chinese general 5. 950 – Wang Zhang, Chinese official 6. 950 – Yang Bin, Chinese chancellor 7. 1193 – Roger III of Sicily(born 1175) 8. 1257 – John I, Count of Hainaut(born 1218) 9. 1263 – Hōjō Tokiyori, regent of Japan (born 1227) 10. 1281 – Henry V of Luxembourg(born 1216) 11. 1449 – Walter Bower, Scottish chronicler (born 1385) 12. 1453 – Joh...

    1601–1900

    1. 1635 – Hester Jonas, German nurse (born 1570) 2. 1660 – Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange(born 1631) 3. 1707 – Noël Coypel, French painter and educator (born 1628) 4. 1813 – Empress Go-Sakuramachiof Japan (born 1740) 5. 1844 – Friedrich Bernhard Westphal, Danish-German painter (born 1803) 6. 1863 – William Makepeace Thackeray, English author and poet (born 1811) 7. 1865 – Charles Lock Eastlake, English painter and historian (born 1793) 8. 1867 – José Mariano Salas, Mexican genera...

    1901–present

    1. 1914 – John Muir, Scottish-American geologist, botanist, and author, founded Sierra Club(born 1838) 2. 1920 – Stephen Mosher Wood, American lieutenant and politician (born 1832) 3. 1926 – Wesley Coe, American shot putter, hammer thrower, and discus thrower (born 1879) 4. 1931 – Carlo Fornasini, micropalaeontologist (born 1854) 5. 1931 – Flying Hawk, American warrior, educator and historian (born 1854) 6. 1935 – Alban Berg, Austrian composer and educator (born 1885) 7. 1938 – Bruno Taut, Ge...

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  4. UTC−5 ( EST) 24 de Diciembre is a corregimiento in Panamá District, Panamá Province, Panama with a population of 65,404 as of 2010. [1] It was created by Law 13 of February 6, 2002. [1]

    • February 6, 2002
    • Panamá
    • División Política Y Límites
    • Historia
    • Educación

    El corregimiento se divide en sectores o barriadas, las cuales son: Rubén Darío Paredes, Santa María de los Ángeles N°1 y N°2, 24 de diciembre, Vista Hermosa, Urb. Monte Rico, Cabuyita, El Valle de Cerro Azul, Rancho Café, San Pedro, Buena Vista, El Lago, Cerro Azul, Pradera Azul, Nueva Esperanza, Felipillo, Nuevo Tocumen, Altos del Ángel y Los Cán...

    A finales de la década de los 70, empezó la migración hacia estas tierras situadas al este de la ciudad capital. En ese entonces el caserío era conocido por el nombre de Realengo; más tarde el sector pasó a llamarse 24 de Diciembre, y estaba dentro de los límites del corregimiento de Pacora. Sin embargo, aunque era notable su crecimiento, sus morad...

    El corregimiento cuenta con escuelas y colegios tales como: Centro Básico General 24 de Diciembre, Centro Educativo Básico General Santa María de Los Ángeles, Instituto Profesional Y Técnico Jeptha B. Duncan G., Altos de Cabuya, Cerro Azul, Juan E. Jiménez, Vista Hermosa, Escuela Francisco Miranda (Felipillo), Unión Centroamericana,Ricauter Soler, ...

  5. El 24 de diciembre a las 8 p. m. se acostumbra emitir el saludo de Navidad del Presidente de la República al pueblo y a las Fuerzas Armadas. En el cine. Tanto el cine estadounidense como internacional realizaron películas con distintas temáticas. Las relacionadas con la historia del nacimiento de Cristo, relatos navideños o Santa Claus.

  6. 17/01/2020 · El 24 de diciembre se celebra en todo el mundo la Nochebuena, una festividad cristiana que conmemora la víspera en que nació Jesús. ¿Cómo felicitar en la Navidad? Feliz Navidad y próspero Año Nuevo. La mejor receta para mis Navidades es la que consigue reunir a gente como tú en estas fechas.