20 truth Jolly about July
Located in mid-June to August, July is the seventh month of Gregorian calendar.
As we are starting the second half, it's a great moment to start on a new feet.
This is also a great point to start working on any resolution in the new year that you have made efforts in the first half of the year!
Like all other months, July has a fairly stored history worth closer
So do it only and look at the origin of the month, the interesting observations it has, and some important points in history have happened to me
July was named after the famous Roman General Julius Caesar of the Roman Senate;
As the second month of summer, average, average, the warmest month of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
However, in the hemisphere, medium, average, the coldest month of the year, is the second month of winter.
In early July, a period of time called "summer dog days" began.
Coincidentally, it is in July that the rabies vaccine was first awarded to a patient.
On July 5, 1946, the world's first bikini was revealed in the famous Piscine Molitor pool in Paris.
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On July 4, 1776, 13 US colony declared independence from the British monarchy.
However, in July is not only a month for the National Day.
July also has some good monthly observations!
On July 25, 1909, Louis Bleriot became the first man to fly a plane from one country to another success.
If you are doing everything right, the corn tree will mean "tall to the knee on Wednesday of July".
Although it is the first month in the second half of the year, July 1 is not really mid-year.
July There are two flowering flowers - water lily and larkspur.
The birth of July is Ruby, which is considered a gem king.
On July 16, 1945, was another great day for the world and a very dark period of history.
If you live in the North Hemisphere, I understand why you can
It's hot, and it's annoyed, but it's summer!
Make sure you rest from the city and get out of the countryside, to a lake, or even better - sea!
For those of you in the southern hemisphere, better you should end well and warm and enjoy the long evening inside relaxing with fire.
Anywhere in the world, though, be joy - the past year!