Memory of the day: Battle of Abu Qir breaks in 1801

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Battle of Abu Qir breaks in 1801 between French and British forces - Social media

Battle of Abu Qir breaks in 1801 between French and British forces - Social media

CAIRO – 21 March 2021: On March 21, many important events that changed the world map took place.

 


 

Important world events:-
 

1152 - The marriage of Louis VII of France and the most famous woman in medieval Europe Queen Eleanor Aquitaine of Bordeaux is dissolved.

 

1801 - Battle of Abu Qir breaks out in Alexandria between British and French forces near the ruins of Nicopolis in Egypt.

 

1804 - The Napoleon Code is adopted in French civil law.

 

1960 - Sharpeville massacre in South Africa by police forces in a demonstration against the apartheid regime, in which 69 people were killed.

 

2017 - French mathematician Yves Meyer receives an Abel Prize for his critical contributions to the development of Wavelet Theory.

 


 

World events:-
 

 

Mother's Day in the Arab world.

 

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

 

World Tree Day.

 

World Down Syndrome Day.

 

World Poetry Day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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