Spanish Language Day History
Spanish Language Day seeks to increase awareness about the history, culture, and achievements of the Spanish language. Spanish is a Romance language, and it is the second most spoken language in the world. This day makes up one of six UN language days. The aim is to celebrate multilingualism and cultural diversity by exploring main languages.
Spanish Language Day was established in 2010 by the United Nations to promote the organizations six official languages. It is observed annually on April 23rd, a date coinciding with the death of Miguel de Cervantes. Cervantes is considered one of the greatest Spanish writers and is celebrated as a genius of Spanish letters. His most notable work is Don Quixote.
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