Tuesday, the 10th of June, 2014 is the 161th day in 2014 and in the 24th calendar week.
General Events:
Portugal Day 2014
June 10, 2014 in Portugal
Portugal Day is celebrated on June 10, 2014. Portugal Day is Portugal’s National Day. Although officially observed only in Portugal, Portuguese citizens and emigrants throughout the world celebrate this holiday. The date commemorates the death of national literary icon Luís de Camões on 10 June 1580.
Where is Portugal Day?
Nationwide Portugal
Iced Tea Day 2014
June 10, 2014 in the World
Today is Iced Tea Day! Iced tea is an iconic summer beverage and one of the most refreshing elixirs known to man. There is something magical about the combination of brewed tea, mint leaves, and fresh lemon slices served over ice. Historians believe that people began serving cold tea sometime during the 19th century. The drink became popular when vendors started selling it at public events and the World’s Fair.
Today, people make iced tea using a variety of different flavors. You can also mix iced tea with other beverages. One of the most popular iced tea beverages is an “Arnold Palmer,” which consists of half iced tea and half lemonade.
Iced tea’s popularity in the United States has led to an addition to standard cutlery sets: the iced tea spoon is a teaspoon with a long handle, suitable for stirring sugar into glasses. In the summer, iced tea is at its most popular.
Sweetened or unsweetened, flavored or unflavored, celebrate Iced Tea Day with a nice, tall glass of your favorite iced tea!
Where is Iced Tea Day?
Worldwide
Historical Events:
1190 – Third Crusade: Frederick I Barbarossa drowns in the Sally River while leading an army to Jerusalem.
1619 – Thirty Years’ War: Battle of Záblatí, a turning point in the Bohemian Revolt.
1719 – Jacobite Rising: Battle of Glen Shiel.
1720 – Mrs Clements of England markets first paste-style mustard
1786 – A landslide dam on the Dadu River caused by earthquake ten days earlier collapses, killing 100,000 in the Sichuan province of China.
1838 – Myall Creek Massacre in Australia: 28 Aboriginal Australians are murdered.
1846 – Robert Thomson obtains an English patent on a rubber tyre
1857 – Britain passes an act putting Canada on the decimal currency system
1882 – Anti-colonization mass society of Alexandria Egypt kills 50 Europeans
1898 – US Marines land in Cuba during Spanish-American War
1916 – Great Arab Revolt begins against ruling Ottoman turks
1935 – Dr Robert Smith & William Wilson of Akron form Alcoholics Anonymous
1955 – 1st separation of virus into component parts reported
1967 – Israel, Syria, Jordan, Iraq & Egypt end “6-Day War” with UN help
1975 – Yanks sponsor Army Day at temporary home, Shea Stadium during 21-gun salute, part of fence is blown away, & another part is set afire
2002 – The first direct electronic communication experiment between the nervous systems of two humans is carried out by Kevin Warwick in the United Kingdom.