Mothers’ Day is a celebration for mothers and motherly figures everywhere. On this day people often give gifts and outings to their mother figures to thank them for everything they’ve done. It is a popular holiday celebrated in many countries around the world.
Many countries celebrate Mothers Day on the second Sunday of May including the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
In Germany, Muttertag, is celebrated the 2nd Sunday of May (unless Pentecost is that day then it is celebrated on the 1st Sunday).
In Spain, Día de la Madre or Día de las Madres, is celebrated on the first Sunday of May.
In France, Fête des Mères, is celebrated on the last Sunday in May or 1st Sunday in June.
In Mexico, El Dia de la Madre, is celebrated on May 10th.
In Poland, Dzien Matki, is celebrated on May 26th.
In Romainia, Ziua Mamei, is celebrated on the 1st Sunday in May.
In Syria, ‘Īd al-’Umm, is celebrated on March 21st.
United Kingdom, Mothering Sunday is celebrated 3 weeks on Sunday before Easter.