On which day does Scotland celebrate St. Andrew's Day?

  • November 30 correct

    Every year on November 30, Scotland celebrates St. Andrew's Day. Andrew was one of Jesus' 12 apostles, and he became the country's official patron in 1320 after the signing of the Declaration of Arborath. November 30 was chosen to celebrate this holiday because it's believed to be the date of St. Andrew's crucifixion. Source: The Scotsman

  • December 30
  • April 30
  • October 30
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