January 27 Holidays
January 27th is the twenty-seventh day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Germany first observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Finnish Civil War began, and the University of Georgia was founded, becoming the first public university in the United States. Famous birthdays include Lewis Carroll, Rosamund Pike, and Mikhail Baryshnikov. January 27th also marks National Chocolate Cake Day and International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
We have 2 holidays listed for January 27.
|International Holocaust Remembrance Day||Government||World|
|National Chocolate Cake Day||Food & Beverage||U.S.|