September is the ninth month in the Gregorian calendar and lasts 30 days. Its name comes from the Latin word "septem," which means "seven." This is because in the original Roman calendar, which began in March, September was the seventh month.
Month of September - interesting facts and information
Advice of the Year: In the northern hemisphere, September marks the beginning of autumn (the autumnal equinox usually falls around September 22), while in the southern hemisphere it is the beginning of spring.
Symbolism and celebration: In cultures around the world, September is associated with various holidays and celebrations. For example, in the United States, Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of September. In Poland, we celebrate National Independence Day on September 11.
Zodiac signs: The zodiac sign for those born between September 1 and 22 is Virgo, and Libra for those born between September 23 and September 30.
Birthstones: The birthstone for September is sapphire, symbolizing wisdom, virtue and good health.
Birth Flowers: The birth flower for September is the astra, symbolizing love, fidelity, wisdom and courage.
It's happening in the world: September is also an important month for many students around the world, as it marks the start of a new school year.
Nature in September also begins to change - in the northern hemisphere, the leaves begin to change color to autumnal shades of red, orange and gold, while in the southern hemisphere, plants begin to bloom, signaling the arrival of spring.