Columbus Day

October 11, 2010 by staff 

Columbus Day, The Columbus Day holiday varies from state to state in the United States, many people in the country are curious about today being a holiday or not. There are different types of celebrations for the Columbus Day some states declare this day as Columbus Day holiday and people enjoy a day off from work and students do not go to schools, on the other hand some U.S. states t not recognize the day and everything is normal and no holiday is celebrated.

The reason for this is that the exact date of birth of Christopher Columbus is not known, according to people who are between the fifth August 20 and October 31. We do not know the exact date of birth of the discoverer of the Americas. In most parts of the country, jobs are affiliated with the U.S. government will close on 11 October. On October 11 it was decided that the Columbus Day and today usually declares a holiday, but many organizations and states do not recognize this day.

The stock will remain open today and if you also work in a place then go to work today, this shows that the business world does not recognize Columbus Day. The United States is not actually all that is going to celebrate Columbus Day today, many other countries including several European countries also celebrate Columbus Day.

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