June 27 is the 178th day of the Gregorian Calendar ( 179th in leap years), thus 187 days remain until the end of the year.
In German-speaking June 27 is also known as the Seven Sleepers. After a general rule of the weather for the next seven weeks is determined on that day. This designation for June 27 is also available in Russia.
- 3.1 Before the 19th century
- 3.2 19th century
- 3.3 20th century
- 3.4 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
Science and Technology
- 2009: The Hercules Tower, the landmark of the Galician city of A Coruña and oldest -powered lighthouse building, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
- 2010: In Duren, the Leopold -Hoesch Museum opened with adjoining Peill forum.
- 0678: Pope Agathon is enthroned as the successor of Donus.
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics. Entries to the World Cup games are found in the bottoms of football 's World Cup. The same is true for the European Football Championships.
Before the 19th century
Before the 19th century
- 1149: Raymond of Poitiers, a French knight of the era of the Crusades
- 1241: Gilbert Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke, English nobleman and Earl Marshal
- 1296: V. Florens, Dutch Count
- 1477: Adolf, Duke of Geldern
- 1574: Giorgio Vasari, Italian court painter to the Medici Florentine artist and biographer
- 1648: Arngrímur Jónsson, Icelandic scholar
- 1654: Johann Valentin Andreae, German writer, mathematician, theologian
- 1655: Eleonora Gonzaga, youngest daughter of Vincenzo I Gonzaga Duke of Mantua
- 1775: Ignaz Günther, German sculptor
- 1794: Claude -Victor de Broglie, French politician and General
- 1794: Count Wenzel Anton Kaunitz, Austrian politician
- 1794: Simon Nicolas Henri Linguet, French writer
- 2001: Jack Lemmon, American actor
- 2001: Tove Jansson, Finnish fantasy writer
- 2001: Udo Proksch, German Wheeler and criminal
- 2002: John Entwistle, British rock musician
- 2002: Russ Freeman, American jazz pianist
- 2004: Erik Blumenthal, German psychologist and a graphologist, psychotherapist and author
- 2004: Carlos Botto Vallarino, Chilean composer and music educator
- 2004: Edwin Noël, German actor
- 2004: Fausto Romitelli, Italian composer
- 2004: Helmut Rothemund, German politician and jurist
- 2004: Jean Graczyk, French cyclist
- 2004: Ramdat Misier, Surinamese President
- 2005: Shelby Foote, American author and historian
- 2005: Domino Harvey, British bounty hunter
- 2005: Jiří Ropek, Czech organist, composer and music educator
- 2005: John T. Walton, American businessman and multimillionaire
- 2006: Heinz Putz Hammer, German elementary school teacher and trade unionist, Member of the Board of the German Trade Union Federation ( DGB)
- 2008: Lenka Reinerová, Czech writer and journalist
- 2009: Ollie Poole, U.S. American football player
- 2009: Gale Storm, American actress and singer
- 2010: Andreas Okopenko, Austrian writer
- 2011: Elaine Stewart, American film and television actress
- 2012: Jerónimo Tomás Herrera Abreu, Bishop of Mao - Monte Cristi
Holidays and observances
- Churches Memorial Johann Valentin Andreae, German and Dean of the consistory ( Protestant)
- St. Hemma of Gurk, Austrian nobles, churches and monastic founder, country mother and patroness of Carinthia ( Catholic)
- St. Theo 's Nest, the Roman bishop ( Catholic)
- Name Days Wladyslaw
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in June