September, 20

September 20 is the 263th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (264th if leap year). It 102 days before the end of the year.


There is no celebration for this day!


The British took control of New York

(September, 20 1776)
Faced with the superiority of the English forces, the Americans were forced to abandon the city and burned all the buildings.

Magellan departure for Spice Route

(September, 20 1519)
Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan was commissioned by Charles I to open the spice route by passing the new world.He left Sanlucar de Barrameda, with 237 men on five ships.


There is no saying for this day!


Sign of the Zodiac: 29th day of the astrological sign of Virgo.