A Day Like Today: What Happened on July 24th?


The 25th day of the year has entered the 2023 calendar, which means there are only 160 days left for it to end. It is July 24, a special date to be the official scene of various events which, passing through it, left a special and indelible mark on the history of humanity. For this reason, below is a tour of the almanac of the twenty-fourth day of the seventh month of the year.

1783- Bolivar. Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolivar Ponte y Palacios Blanco, better known as Simón Bolívar or the Liberator, was born in Caracas. Venezuela was one of the foundational pieces for the long-awaited independence of Venezuela and Colombia.

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1896- Pirovano, Located in the Coghlan neighborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina, the General Acute Hospital “Dr. Ignacio Pirovano”, is a tribute to the surgeon who performed the first laparoscopy intervention in the country.

1911- Machu Picchu. American explorer Hiram Bingham discovered the ruins of Machu Picchu in the Andes mountain range of southern Peru. 70 years later, in 1981, Machu Picchu would be declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary and in 1983 would be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.


1964- Vincentian. Gabriel Julio Fernández Capello was born in Buenos Aires, Argentine singer, songwriter and musician better known as Vicentico, co-founder and vocalist of the band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, who debuted as a solo singer in 2002.

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1969- JLO. Actress, singer-songwriter, dancer, producer, designer and businesswoman Jennifer Lynn Lopez, better known as Jennifer Lopez or J. Lo, was born in The Bronx, New York. Although her career as an artist began by showcasing her acting skills in the film My Little Girl, where she had a supporting role, Lopez became even more famous for her foray into the world of music, where she performed hits like ‘On the Floor’, ‘Papi’, ‘Ain’t Your Mama’ and ‘Dinero’.

2021-Paula Pareto. After 16 years at the top level in the world, judoka Paula Pareto has decided to retire from the Tokyo Olympics. His career as a professional athlete includes one Olympic gold medal in 2016 and one gold medal in 2008, as well as 13 Pan American medals, three at the Pan American Games and three (one gold) at the World Cup.

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today is celebrated Latin American Unity Day.

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