More than 20 million people around the world will be celebrating National Holiday 2018 on December 21, 2018.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the birth of the modern holiday, with the celebration celebrating the life of Sir Walter Raleigh and the birth, dedication and triumph of the first Christmas.
With its annual holiday of lights and music, and the annual holiday tradition of giving gifts, it has become an annual event, as well as a time of reflection for many.
As well as the traditional holiday feast and festive atmosphere, many countries have also adopted a new theme, celebrating a different aspect of the country, with some nations bringing back traditional Christmas celebrations and traditions.
This is a good time to look at which countries will be hosting National Holidays in 2020.
The United Kingdom has the best chance of hosting the 2019 holiday, as it hosts its National Day celebration on November 17, 2018 and is celebrating the 150th anniversary, with festivities to mark the anniversary.
The celebrations for the National Day will take place in the heart of the capital, London, where there are also a number of celebrations to mark this historic day.
The National Day is an annual celebration of the UK’s founding fathers and of its nation’s early history, with participants participating in patriotic festivities, including singing, singing and dancing to music, as part of a patriotic salute to the country’s heritage.
It is one of the most widely celebrated National Holiday events in the world, and has also been associated with the countrys past success in the Olympics.
The holiday, which has been in use since 1660, is celebrated on December 6.
The UK has one of only three countries to hold a National Day with a date earlier than the date of the official British birthday.
The Netherlands, the country that holds the title of the birthplace of Christmas, is hosting the first National Day, with its National Festival taking place on December 12.
The country’s National Day also features the annual celebration for its national anthem, as a part of its celebration of Dutch history.
It also has its own national holiday, National Holi, which is celebrated from December 7 to December 18.
The Philippines hosts its first National Holiday in 2020, with it marking the 100th anniversary.
This celebration, which begins on December 4, is one in which thousands of people take part in patriotic activities.
The celebration for the Philippine National Day has been held on December 9, and takes place at the Makati National Palace, which was named after the country´s founder, Ferdinand Marcos.
It has also witnessed the first ever official celebrations for President Rodrigo Duterte, who is also known as Davao City Mayor.
The Philippine National Holistic festival is held on January 16, with events to mark a day in the life and history of the nation.
The Republic of the Philippines also has a long history of holiday celebrations, with celebrations held in the capital Manila, which also holds the nations national flag.
It’s the largest and most popular of the holiday celebrations in the Philippines, with more than 8 million people attending these celebrations each year.
The island nation also has the longest national holiday tradition in the Asia-Pacific region, which began in the 19th century with the Christmas Eve celebration held on November 25, 1918.