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Mother’s Day is celebrated in different countries around the world even though the month and the date on which Mother’s Day is celebrated in different countries varies. Most countries celebrate Mother’s Day, the second Sunday of maggio.La date of this Mother’s Day was declared by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson on May 8, 1914, when it signed a joint resolution designating the second Sunday of May as Mother’s Day.
However, in many countries the way we celebrate Mother’s Day varies and is quite different from the way we celebrate Mother’s Day in the United States. But what is more important than the date of celebration is the sentiment behind the festità. The idea of celebrating Mother’s Day around the world to pay tribute to mothers for all their love and support and to make them feel special.
The date of Mother’s Day in different countries
United States: Second Sunday of May.
Australia: Second Sunday of the month of May .
Belgium: Second Sunday of May.
Brazil: Second Sunday of May.
Canada: Second Sunday of the month in May.
Denmark: Second Sunday of May.
Finland: Second Sunday of May.
Germany: Second Sunday of the month of May.
Greece: Second Sunday of May.
India: Second Sunday of May.
Italy: Second Sunday of month of May.
Japan: Second Sunday of May.
New Zealand: Second Sunday of May.
Singapore: Second Sunday of the month of May.
Turkey: Second Sunday of May.
United Kingdom / England: Mother’s Day is called Mothering Sunday and falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent.
France: First Sunday of June or last Sunday, May
Most of South America (as well as Mexico), Bahrain,
Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates: May 10
Mexico – May 8
Albania: – March 8
Russia: – November 28
Poland – May 26
Indonesia: – 22 December
Egypt – March 21
Norway – February 13
Thailand: Birthday of Queen Sirikit Kitiyakara – August ; 12
Sweden: Last Sunday of May
Lebanon: first day of spring
Norway: The second Sunday in February
Austria, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Taiwan, Hungary, Portugal,
South Africa, Spain: First Sunday of May
Antwerp (Belgium), Costa Rica: Assumption – August 15
Argentina: The Día de la Madre – the second or third Sunday in October