Know the ephemeris of April 19. What are the most important events that are remembered.
Ephemeris today, April 19. As is customary, various special dates are commemorated throughout the world and also in Argentina, such as the national police day. For this reason, we tell you what the most important ephemeris of the day are.
National Police Day: why is it celebrated on April 19?
The National Police Day is celebrated on this day because this date was enacted through Decree No. 1988in the Extraordinary Congress of Chiefs of Police and Security Forces of the Country of Security of the Country of the City of La Plata in 1985.
Ephemeris of April 19: what is celebrated?
- LUISMI. The Mexican singer-songwriter and producer Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri, nicknamed “El Sol de México” or “Luismi,” was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1970. He won seven Grammy Awards and sold millions of records.
- ROBERT CARLOS. In 1941, the singer-songwriter Roberto Carlos Braga Moreira was born in the Brazilian town of Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, who, under the name of Roberto Carlos, became one of the Latin American artists who has sold the most records in the world, with more than 150 000,000 copies.
- JUJUY. In 1593, the Spanish commander Francisco de Argañaraz y Murguía, leading a group of 40 soldiers, founded San Salvador de Velazco in the Jujuy Valley, which would become San Salvador de Jujuy, the capital of the northern Argentine province that was epicenter of the battles of the Army of the North in the independence war with Spain.
- ORIANA SABATINI. In 1996, the singer, actress and model Oriana Sabatini was born in Buenos Aires, the eldest daughter of the Venezuelan actress Catherine Fulop and the businessman Osvaldo Sabatini. Oriana became known for her role as Azul Medina on the television series Aliados.
- DARWIN. In 1882, the British naturalist and physiologist Charles Darwin, creator of the scientific work “The Origin of Species”, which he published in 1859, died in his home on the outskirts of London. Darwin visited the coasts of Buenos Aires and Tierra del Fuego on the way back. to the world that he found the British ship HMS Beagle at the head of a scientific expedition.
- PIERRE CURIE. In 1906, the French chemist and physicist Pierre Curie died in Paris. Together with his wife, Marie, he carried out notable scientific work such as the discovery of the element Radium, for which they both received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903.
- FERNANDO BOTERO. In the Colombian city of Medellín, the painter Fernando Botero was born in 1932, considered one of the most outstanding plastic artists and whose work is characterized by the corpulence of his figures.
- OCTAVIO PAZ. In 1998, the Mexican poet, writer and diplomat Octavio Paz, who received the 1990 Nobel Prize for Literature and is considered the highest representative of Mexican literature, died in Mexico City.
- BENEDICT XVI. In 2005, a conclave of 115 cardinals chose the German Joseph Ratzinger as successor to the late Pope John Paul II, who was his friend and right-hand man. Ratzinger adopts the name of Benedict XVI and assumes the pontificate on April 24 of that year.
- ROYAL WEDDING. Prince Rainier of Monaco married in 1956, at the age of 33, with the American actress Grace Kelly, 26, in what was then called the “wedding of the century” that united the world of Hollywood with the European monarchy.
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