|Holiday name||Holiday location||Holiday type|
|Greek Independence Day||Cyprus||National Holiday|
|International Day of Remembrance of Slavery Victims and the Transatlantic Slave Trade||-||International (Awareness & Cause, United Nations)|
|International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members||-||International (Awareness & Cause, United Nations)|
|Feast of the Annunciation||Lebanon||Public Holiday|
|Struggle for Human Rights Day||Slovakia||Observance|
|Independence Day||Greece||Public Holiday|
|Annunciation of the Lord||Greece||Public Holiday|
|Waffle Day||-||Unofficial (Food & Drinks)|
|Anniversary of the Arengo||San Marino||National Holiday|
|National Lobster Newburg Day||-||Unofficial (Food & Drinks)|
|National Medal of Honor Day||-||Unofficial (Appreciation & Honor)|
|National Tolkien Reading Day||-||Unofficial (Education & Reading)|
|Earth Hour||-||International (Nature & Environment)|
|Maryland Day||United States (Maryland)||Local Observance|
|Nano Days||-||Unofficial (Products & Technology , Science)|
Historical Events on March 25
- 1199: While engaged in combat in France, Richard I is hit and wounded by a bolt from a crossbow. This would lead to his eventual death in 12-days.
- 1306: In Scotland, Robert the Bruce becomes the King of Scots.
- 1584: A patent authorizes the colonization of Virginia is granted to Sir Walter Raleigh on this day.
- 1655: The satellite of Saturn that would eventually be called Titan is discovered by Chistiaan Huygens.
- 1802: A peace treaty known as The Treaty of Amiens is signed between the U.K and France.
- 1807: The slave trade is abolished in the U.K when the Slave Trade Act is made into law.
- 1811: When a pamphlet entitled “The Necessity of Atheism” is published by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the University of Oxford responds by expelling him from the school.
- 1865: Fort Stedman is captured by Confederate forces in Virginia during the American Civil War.
- 1947: Over a 110 people are killed in Centralia, Illinois when a coal mine explodes.
- 1948: A tornado forecast successfully predicts that a tornado will hit Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.
- 1957: Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” is seized by U.S Customs agent because it’s deemed as obscene.
- 1965: Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights activists following him, return from a 4-day march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.
- 1979: The first operational Space Shuttle orbiter is sent to the John F. Kennedy Space Center to begin preparations for its first launch.
Famous Birthdays on March 25
- American sculptor and designer of Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum is born in 1867.
- American race car driver, Horatio Nelson Jackson is born in 1872.
- English author and poet, Mary Webb is born in 1881.
- American actor Ed Begley is born in 1901.
- English-American actress Binnie Barnes is born in 1903.
- American singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin is born in 1942.
- English singer-songwriter Elton John is born in 1947.
- American actress Marcia Cross is born in 1962.