Nauru Independence Day
Nauru Independence Day is celebrated on 31st January, the island country of Nauru in Micronesia northeast of Australia. On this day, the Nauruans commemorate declaring independence from England in 1968.
Before that Nauru was controlled by Australia, New Zealand, England, and Japan during World War II, who were all interested in the island because of the natural resources like the phosphate reserves that were found there. The pacific island offers the natural beauty expected from an Oceanic country in the form of a coral reef and white sand beaches.
Honor the Island Nation with Your Design
Hum the national anthem of Nauru while designing a beautiful poster or card to commemorate the independence of this country in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Let your creativity flow freely to celebrate this pleasant island. Here's how you can create beautiful designs in Design Wizard:
Step 1: Browse our treasure trove of Nauru Independence Day templates. Select the design you like best and click on it
Step 2: Personalize your chosen template in the easy-to-use Design Wizard dashboard. Adjust colors, text, and add images or backgrounds.
Step 3: Save your design for adding to it later or download it to print it instantly. You can also use the Share feature to share your new visuals directly to your chosen social media channel.
The Independent Nation of Nauru
Due to its geographical position not many people know about the independent nation. Formerly known for its phosphate mining, the island is now facing several economic issues after the precious natural resource was depleted in 2006.
Nauruan citizens enjoy a hot and very humid climate all year round. The proximity to the equator and the ocean also means that Nauru is going through a monsoon season between November and February.