All about September 29, 1993: Significant Events, Facts, Analysis and Date Notations

Full information about the date September 29, 1993

29 September 1993 was 10775 days (or 7656 business days) before today. Check the detailed calculation of days between Today and 29 September, 1993. The following analysis is provided by AlarmDaddy for the date 29th of September.

September 29, 1993 on the calendar:
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Facts about September 29, 1993:

  • 29th September, 1993 falls on Wednesday which is a Weekday.
  • That was 39th (Thirty-ninth) week of year 1993.
  • It's 271st (Two Hundred Seventy-first) Day of the year.
  • There are 30 days in the month of September 1993. Checkout the days in other months of 1993 along with days in September 1993.
  • Year 1993 has 365 days in total.
  • The month September was 9th month of Year 1993.
  • The month September is also known as Septembro, Sitambar, septembro, septembre, meno nona, Septembra, setembre, Setemvar, C├Ąpstanneu and setul across the Globe.
  • Country-wise Date Representation of September 29 across the World:

    Country Names Notation of the Date Long Date Format Short Date Format
    The United States of America (USA) MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    September 29, 1993
    and
    1993 September 29
    September 29
    Some U.S. Island Territories MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian) September 29, 1993 September 29
    Europe: Italy, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, and others
    North America: Mexico, various Caribbean islands
    Central America: Guatemala, Honduras, and others
    South America: Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, and others
    North Africa: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and others
    West, Central, and Southern Africa: Nigeria, Ethiopia, DRC, Tanzania, Sudan, Uganda, and others
    West Asia: Turkey, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and others
    Central Asia: Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan
    East and Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, and others
    South Asia: Pakistan, Bangladesh
    Oceania: Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and others
    DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian) 29 September 1993 29 September
    China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Hungary, Mongolia, Lithuania and Bhutan YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian) 1993 September 29 September 29
    Bharat (India), Russia, Vietnam, Germany, Iran, France, United Kingdom, Myanmar, Spain, Poland, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Cameroon, Sri Lanka, others DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    29 September 1993
    and
    1993 September 29
    29 September
    and
    September 29
    Philippines, Malaysia, Somalia, Togo, Panama, Puerto Rico, Cayman Islands, Greenland DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    and
    MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    29 September 1993
    and
    September 29, 1993
    29 September
    and
    September 29
    South Africa, Kenya, Canada, Ghana MDY (MM-DD-YYYY) (a.k.a. middle-endian)
    and
    YMD (YYYY-MM-DD) (a.k.a. big-endian)
    and
    DMY (DD-MM-YYYY) (a.k.a. little-endian)
    September 29, 1993
    and
    1993 September 29
    and
    29 September 1993
    September 29
    and
    29 September
  • Year 1993 was NOT a Leap Year.
    Note: In a Leap Year there are 366 days (a year, occurring once every four years, which has 366 days including 29 February as an intercalary day.), rest years have 365 days.
  • Year 2024 will be the nearest future leap year.

Today on the calendar:

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Lucky color for September 29, 1993

On 29 September 1993, you can wear dresses of the following color to offer you good luck and ultimately enhance your day: Red.

Preview of the lucky color

Red

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