June 13: what a holiday today

13 июня: какой сегодня праздник

People with albinism face multiple forms of discrimination

June 13 – 164 day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Until the end of the year is 201 days.

International day of dissemination of information about albinism

The holiday is celebrated in 2015. People with albinism face multiple forms of discrimination worldwide. Albinism is still misunderstood as the socially and medically. Often the appearance of people with albinism, becomes an object of ridicule and erroneous beliefs and myths influenced by superstition.


Orthodox Christians celebrate the memory of the seventy disciples of Hermes, in memory of the Martyr Hermias of Comana, in memory of the Martyr Philosopher of Alexandria.


Christians of the Western rite celebrate the feast Day of St. Anthony – one of the most popular and widely venerated saints of the Catholic Church.


The Orthodox, Eutyches, Helikonida, Alladi, Ignat (Ignatius), Nikita.

Catholic: Malgorzata, Bogumil.


13 Jun revered the memory of the Martyr Hermias. The people Hermias called Raspredeleniem. It was a ritual folk festival. It was believed that this day should end North. Our ancestors listened to the cuckoo, if it is in the day sing – good weather will be. Also pay attention to the dew – the more abundant it is in the evening, the next day hotter.