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30th July

1626
An serious earthquake held in Naples, Italy on 30th July, 1626 and it killed around 10,000 people and destroyed many properties. The 1626 Naples earthquake struck Naples, Italy. It was a major earthquake. This earthquake attacked in Naples and surrounding villages and many people died for this attack and many properties destroyed. Naples is the capital of the Italian area Campania and it is the 3rd largest metropolis in Italy after Rome and Milan. In the year 2015, about 975,260 people who lived within the city’s managerial limits. This earthquake epicenter was about 50km out to sea what was outside the Bay of Naples and the island of Capri to the south. However, the shock waves were very strong satisfactory to reason the letdown of many buildings in the city and the devastation over 30 small towns and villages.

1729
On 30th July, 1729, the day of founding of Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore is the major city in the U.S. state of Maryland, and it is the 29th-most populous city in the country. Baltimore was situated by the Constitution of Maryland and this is not part of any county. Baltimore is the largest autonomous city in the United States. As of 2016, the populace of the Baltimore municipal part was estimated to be just under 2.8 million, making it the 21st largest city area in the country. Baltimore is also a part of the Washington-Baltimore what united statistical area, the 4th largest CSA in the nation with a considered 2016 population of 9,665,892 Baltimore, Maryland.

1825
Malden Island was exposed by captain George Byron, 7th Baron Byron on 30th July, 1825. Malden Island is also called Independence Island and it got name in the nineteenth century. It is a low, arid, unoccupied island in the central Pacific Ocean, about 39 km2 in area. It is one of the Line Islands what fitting to the Republic of Kiribati. The lagoon is completely surrounded by land, however it is associated to the sea by subversive channels, and it is quite salty. The island is primarily prominent for its “mysterious” primitive ruins, its once-extensive deposits of phosphatic guano. Admiral George Anson Byron, 7th Baron Byron was a British naval officer, peer, nobleman, politician, and the 7th Baron Byron, in the year 1824 following his cousin the poet George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron in that peerage. As a naval officer, he was very prominent for being his predecessor’s contradictory in character and existence.

1871
The Staten Island Ferry Westfield’s boiler exploded and more than 85 people killed on 30th July, 1871. The Staten Island Ferry is a passenger ferry route worked by the New York City Department of Transportation. It ran 5.2 miles in between the New York City and New York Harbor areas of Manhattan and Staten Island. The ferry operated 24/7, running every 15 to 20 minutes through peak hours and every 30 minutes at other times. Since the year 1997, the Staten Island Ferry has been fare-free, though truthfully, it has charged a moderately low fare related to other modes of transfer in the part.
1930
In Montevideo, Uruguay won the first FIFA World Cup on 30th July, 1930. Montevideo is the largest city and capital of Uruguay. According to the year 2011 census, the city appropriate has a populace of 1,319,108 in an zone of 201 square kilometers. The southernmost capital city in the Americas, Montevideo is located in the southern shore of the country, on the northeastern bank of the Río de la Plata. The city was recognized in the year 1724 by a Spanish soldier. The Uruguay national football team represented Uruguay in international association football. It is maintained by the Uruguayan Football Association and the governing body for football in Uruguay. Currently, the head coach is Óscar Tabárez. The Uruguayan team is generally called as La Celeste. The 1930 FIFA World Cup was the opening FIFA World Cup and it was the world challenge for men’s national connotation football teams. It held in Uruguay from 13th July to 30th July 1930.

1962
The Trans-Canada Highway is the longest national highway in the world and it was officially opened for public on 30th July, 1962. The Trans-Canada Highway is a pancontinental federal-provincial highway organization and it moves through all ten provinces of Canada. It started from the Pacific Ocean on the west to the Atlantic on the east. The key route extents 7,821 kilometers across the country and it is one of the longest roads of its type in the world. The highway system is fully familiar by its characteristic white-on-green maple leaf route markers, although there are minor differences in the markers in some shires.

1980
On 30th July, 1980, Vanuatu gained freedom. Vanuatu is formally called the Republic of Vanuatu and it is a Pacific island nation what is situated in the South Pacific Ocean. The archipelago, which is of volcanic origin, is located about 1,750 kilometers east of northern Australia, 540 kilometers northeast of New Caledonia, southeast of the Solomon Islands, east of New Guinea and west of Fiji.

1980
Israel’s Knesset passed the Jerusalem Law on 30th July, 1980. The Knesset is the unicameral national government of Israel. As the governmental branch of the Israeli government, the Knesset passes all laws, selects the President and Prime Minister. It supports the cabinet, and oversees the work of the government. The Jerusalem Law is a mutual name of Basic Law Jerusalem. It is the Capital of Israel what passed by the Knesset on 30th July 1980.

2003
On 30th July, 2003, in Mexico, the last ‘old style’ Volkswagen Battle rolled off the assembly line. The Volkswagen Beetle is formally known as the Volkswagen Type 1 and informally, it is called in Germany the Käfer and in parts of the English-speaking world the Bug – is a two-door, four-passenger, rear-engine economy car that was manufactured and advertised by German automaker Volkswagen from the year 1938 until the year 2003. The essential for this typeof car, and its functional objectives, was expressed by the leader of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, who wanted a cheap, simple car to be mass-produced for his country’s new road network.