New Year’s Day was on Wednesday, January 1st 2020. That was when it all started, the hustling and bustling of an iconic calendar year. It is four years again since 2016. The Gregorian calendar signifies another leap year. February 29 makes it a 366-days-long calendar year. Mathematically, it means the year’s number (2020) can be divided by 4. Follow through as you discover more about the calendar 2020.
The start of the calendar 2020 means the start of four distinct periods at once. This does not happen very often. Firstly, it is a new day. Marking the end of the last day in 2019. Secondly, a new month is starting. January is the first year of both the Julian calendar and the Gregorian calendar. Thirdly, it is New Year’s Day. Lastly, it also ushers in a decade. This means 2020 is the first year of the 2020s decade. What is often seen are just the first three, but this year is a lot different.
In conclusion, the calendar 2020 bears much other iconic symbolism such as its double-double digits. That only happens once in a century. Therefore, you might want to live a hundred and one more years to see that again.