1. In Poland, Father’s Day is celebrated on June 23 from 1965.
2. In some countries, ie Italy, Spain, Portugal, celebrations fall on March 19th (St. Joseph’s Day).
3. In Germany, Father’s Day turned into a Man’s Day. It is celebrated on the Day of the Ascension of the Lord, which falls on day 39 after Easter Sunday.
4. In Russia, Father’s Day is celebrated on February 23.
5. In Denmark, the Father’s Day is celebrated on the same day as the Constitution Day – June 5.
6. On June 23, Father’s Day celebrates only in Poland and Nicaragua.
7. In most countries around the world Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June.
8. In Thailand, Father’s Day is celebrated on the birthday of King Bhumibol on December 5.
9. In Australia, “Best Father of the Year” is chosen annually.
10. In China, Father’s Day is celebrated on August 8, because eight sounds like ba, 8 months, 8 days (ba, ba) sounds like the common term “dad” – ba-ba.
11. In Estonia, the Father’s Day is on the second Sunday of November during the national holiday – Flag Day.
12. In India, Father’s Day celebrations were accepted only in large cities.
13. In Latvia, Father’s Day is celebrated only from 2008 – September 14.
14. In the Netherlands, according to tradition, fathers get breakfast in bed and take their children to their fathers for supper.
15. Romania is the only country in the European Union where the Father’s Day was officially recognized by the State. The second Sunday of May is a day off work.