if you want to remove an article from website contact us from top.

    do any other countries have daylight savings time

    James

    Guys, does anyone know the answer?

    get do any other countries have daylight savings time from EN Bilgi.

    Daylight saving time by country

    Daylight saving time by country

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Jump to navigation Jump to search

    Daylight saving time (DST) by country

    Observes DST around the Northern Hemisphere summer

    Observes DST around the Southern Hemisphere summer

    Formerly observed DST

    Never observed DST

    Daylight saving time (DST), also known as summer time, is the practice of advancing clocks during part of the year, typically by one hour around spring and summer, so that daylight ends at a later time of the day. As of 2022, DST is observed in most of Europe, most of North America and parts of Asia around the Northern Hemisphere summer, and in parts of South America and Oceania around the Southern Hemisphere summer. It was also formerly observed in other areas.

    Contents

    1 Observance as of 2022

    2 Past observance

    3 Proposals to abolish seasonal changes

    3.1 European Union 3.2 United States 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 External links

    Observance as of 2022[edit]

    Daylight saving time in the world. Areas shown in the same color start and end DST within less than a week of each other.

    Locations[1] DST start DST end Shift

    Bahamas Bermuda

    Canada, except Yukon, most of Saskatchewan, and parts of British Columbia (northeast), Nunavut (Southampton Island), Ontario (Atikokan) and Quebec (Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent)

    Greenland: Thule Air Base

    Haiti  Mexico: Baja California, and municipalities within 20 km (12 miles) of the U.S. border except in Sonora

    Saint Pierre and Miquelon

    Turks and Caicos Islands

    United States, except Arizona (without Navajo Nation), Hawaii and U.S. territories Second Sunday in March at 2:00 First Sunday in November at 2:00 1:00

    Cuba Second Sunday in March at 0:00 First Sunday in November at 1:00 1:00

    Mexico, except Baja California, Quintana Roo, Sonora, municipalities within 20 km (12 miles) of the U.S. border, and Revillagigedo Islands First Sunday in April at 2:00 Last Sunday in October at 2:00 1:00

    European Union, except Overseas France[a]

    Akrotiri and Dhekelia

    Albania Andorra

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Faroe Islands Gibraltar

    Greenland, except Danmarkshavn and Thule Air Base

    Guernsey Isle of Man Jersey Liechtenstein Monaco Montenegro North Macedonia Norway San Marino Serbia Switzerland

    Ukraine, except temporarily occupied territories

    United Kingdom

    Vatican City Last Sunday in March at 1:00 UTC Last Sunday in October at 1:00 UTC 1:00

    Moldova Last Sunday in March at 2:00 Last Sunday in October at 3:00 1:00

    Israel Friday before last Sunday in March at 2:00 Last Sunday in October at 2:00 1:00

    Lebanon Last Sunday in March at 0:00 Last Sunday in October at 0:00 1:00

    Palestine last Sunday in March at 0:00 Last Friday in October at 1:00 1:00

    Syria Last Friday in March at 0:00 Last Friday in October at 0:00 1:00

    Jordan Last Thursday in February at 24:00 Last Friday in October at 1:00 1:00

    Iran 1 Farvardin (20 or 21 March) at 24:00 30 Shahrivar (20 or 21 September) at 24:00 1:00

    Chile, except Magallanes Region First Saturday in September at 24:00 UTC−04:00 First Saturday in April at 24:00 UTC−03:00 1:00

    Paraguay First Sunday in October at 0:00 Fourth Sunday in March at 0:00 1:00

    Australia: Australian Capital Territory, Jervis Bay Territory, New South Wales (except Lord Howe Island), Norfolk Island, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria First Sunday in October at 2:00 First Sunday in April at 3:00 1:00

    Australia: Lord Howe Island First Sunday in October at 2:00 First Sunday in April at 2:00 0:30

    New Zealand Last Sunday in September at 2:00 UTC+12:00 First Sunday in April at 2:00 UTC+12:00 1:00

    In the table above, the DST start and end times refer to the local time before each change occurs, unless otherwise specified. The shift is the amount of time added at the DST start time and subtracted at the DST end time. For example, in Canada and the United States, when DST starts, the local time changes from 2:00 to 3:00, and when DST ends, the local time changes from 2:00 to 1:00. As the time change depends on the time zone, it does not occur simultaneously in all parts of these countries. Conversely, in the parts of Europe that observe DST, the time change occurs simultaneously at 1:00 UTC in almost all locations regardless of their time zone.

    Morocco, including the portion of Western Sahara that it administers, also observes an annual time change but not related to seasonal daylight. The local time is decreased by one hour on the Sunday before Ramadan at 3:00, and increased by one hour on the Sunday after Ramadan at 2:00.

    Past observance[edit]

    Location Notes[1]

    Akrotiri and Dhekelia Observed DST since 1939.

    Albania Observed DST in 1940–1943, and since 1974.

    Algeria Observed DST in 1916–1921, in the autumn of 1939, in 1944–1945, 1971, 1977–1978, and 1980–1981.

    Andorra Observed DST since 1985.

    Argentina Observed DST in 1930–1969, 1974, 1988–2000, and 2007–2009.

    Armenia Observed DST in 1981–1995, 1997–2011.[2]

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    When is Daylight Saving Time worldwide?

    Dates worldwide. Most countries practicing DST are listed here. Today approximately 70 countries utilize Daylight Saving Time in at least a portion of the country.

    Overview of countries

    While the adoption of Daylight Saving Time is almost always rife with controversy, most of the world (except for countries around the Equator) has implemented DST at one point or another. This map depicts countries that currently have DST, that previously had DST, and that never had DST.

    Worldwide daylight saving

    Today, approximately 70 countries utilize Daylight Saving Time in at least a portion of the country. Japan, India, and China are the only major industrialized countries that do not observe some form of daylight saving.

    Help keep us current

    If there's been a change to the observance of Daylight Saving Time or Summer Time where you live, please let us know. With your help, we can ensure that this exhibit is accurate. If one is available, please include a link to the new law, or to news coverage of the new law. Read more about sharing.

    Not the tropics

    Equatorial and tropical countries (lower latitudes) generally do not observe Daylight Saving Time. Since the daylight hours are similar during every season, there is no advantage to moving clocks forward during the summer. China has had a single time zone since May 1, 1980, observing summer Daylight Saving Time from 1986 through 1991; they do not observe DST now.

    List of countries

    Most countries that observe Daylight Saving Time are listed in the table below. They all save one hour in the summer and change their clocks some time between midnight and 3:00 a.m.

    Continent Country Beginning and ending daysAfrica Egypt Start: Last Friday in AprilEnd: Last Thursday in September

    Namibia Start: First Sunday in September

    End: First Sunday in April

    Tunisia In 2009 the government of Tunisia canceled DST and kept the standard time all year round.

    Asia Most states of the former USSR. Start: Last Sunday in MarchEnd: Last Sunday in October

    Bangladesh Cancelled in 2010.

    Iraq Start: First Friday in April

    End: Last Friday in October

    Israel (more info) Start: Last Friday before April 2

    End: The Sunday between

    Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur

    Jordan Start: Last Thursday of March

    End: Last Friday in September

    Lebanon, Kyrgyzstan Start: Last Sunday in March

    End: Last Sunday in October

    Mongolia Start: Fourth Friday in March

    End: Last Friday in September

    Palestinian regions (more info) (Estimate)

    Start: First Friday on or after 15 AprilEnd: First Friday on or after 15 October

    Syria Start: March 30

    End: September 21Australasia Australia - South Australia, Victoria,

    Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales,

    Lord Howe Island - See link Start: First Sunday in October

    End: First Sunday in April

    Australia - Tasmania Start: First Sunday in October

    End: Last Sunday in March

    Fiji Stopped in 2000

    New Zealand, Chatham - (read law)

    Start: Last Sunday in SeptemberEnd: First Sunday in April

    Tonga Start: First Sunday in November

    End: Last Sunday in JanuaryEurope European Union - (read law)

    UK - (read law) Start: Last Sunday in March at 1 am UTC

    End: Last Sunday in October at 1 am UTC

    Russia Permanent, as of February 2011

    North America United States, Canada (excluding Saskatchewan and parts of Quebec, B.C., and Ontario),

    Bermuda, St. Johns, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Start: Second Sunday in March

    End: First Sunday in November

    Cuba Start: Third Sunday in March

    End: Last Sunday of October.

    Greenland Same as EU

    Guatemala

    no longer observes DST n/a

    Honduras Start: May 7

    End: August

    Mexico (except Sonora) Start: First Sunday in April

    End: Last Sunday in October

    Nicaragua

    no longer observes DST n/a

    South America Argentina.

    Started Sun Dec 30, 2007

    Ending 16 March 2008.

    Practiced in 2009.

    Not currently observed.

    Brazil

    Equatorial Brazil does not observe DST. Start: Third Sunday in October

    End: Third Sunday in February

    Chile - (read law)

    Start:October 11End: March 29

    Falklands Start: First Sunday on or after 8 September

    End: First Sunday on or after 6 April

    Paraguay Start: Third Sunday in October

    End: Second Sunday in March

    Uruguay Start: First Sunday in October

    End: Second Sunday in MarchAntarctica Antarctica (more info) (varies, see below)

    Note that there are many oddities. For example, some parts of the U.S. and Canada do not observe Daylight Saving Time, such as the state of Arizona (U.S.) and the province Saskatchewan (Canada).

    Observance can also be erratic. For example, Chile delayed its changeover date for the Pope's visit in 1987, as well as for a presidential inauguration in 1990.

    Australia

    Clark Dam at Butlers Gorge in Tasmania. The bulk of the electricity in Tasmania is generated by hydroelectric stations, causing an energy shortage in the drought of 1967.

    Source : www.webexhibits.org

    All Countries with DST

    A summary of all countries which currently observe Daylight Saving Time with further info on introductions and upcoming changes.

    All timezones with DST

    The daylight saving times (also called "summertime") were introduced in many countries in the early 20th century, the first considerations have already been published about 30 years earlier. To use the longer daylight in the evenings, a clock change one hour back to summertime is the simpliest solution. Like this, it is possible to save energy and promote outdoor activities.

    Nowadays, most changes between winter- and summer time happen at the same time - even across national borders. Especially in the earlier years this was still a wild mess without established rules.

    Additionally, not all regions of a country have to change their timezones at the same time - or even at all. These decisions are often based on goverments in federal states.

    › Timezones overview

    › Timezone converter

    Dates for the time change

    The change from Daylight Saving Time to Winter Time (Standard Time) is done in each country according to individually defined rules. Within the USA, this is always the 2nd Sunday in March and the 1st Sunday in November. The time is always 2:00 a.m. in the respective time zone. E.g. in the European Union this is already different: There it is always changed on the last Sunday in March and October. Summer time in Europe therefore starts 1-2 weeks later and ends 1 week earlier. Also the timing is different. The entire EU changes the clocks at the same time (2:00 a.m. CET in March, and 3:00 a.m. CEST in October). EU countries that are not in CET at all adjust the changeover to it. Portugal (CET -1) thus changes its clocks at 1 a.m. local time.

    Within the USA, on the other hand, there are 7 different time zones and thus always 7 different times for the changeover. While in New York one has already changed to the next time, in Chicago, Denver or Los Angeles the changeover is still to come.

    The Brazilians formerly set their watches to Winter Time in February (before abolishing DST), while neighboring Paraguay is waiting until the end of March. In nearby Chile it is the first Saturday in April an the first Monday in September.

    Winter time is Summer time in the southern hemisphere

    Due to the movement of the sun between the northern and southern tropic, the annual times also shift depending on the position on the globe. In the southern hemisphere, the sun is closer in December than in the northern hemisphere. At the time of the European winter months there is summer. As a result, in the southern hemisphere you change to Summer Time while the northern countries switch to Winter Time.

    Country Observed Introduced next change

    Åland Islands Countrywide 1942 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Albania Countrywide 1940 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Andorra Countrywide 1985 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Antarctica Only in: Macquarie, Troll, McMurdo 1927 04/03/2022 2:00 am

    Antigua and Barbuda Countrywide 1916 11/06/2022 1:00 am

    Australia Not in: Darwin, Eucla, Brisbane, Perth 1981 04/03/2022 1:30 am

    Austria Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Bahamas Countrywide 1918 11/06/2022 1:00 am

    Belgium Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Bermuda Countrywide 1917 11/06/2022 1:00 am

    Bosnia and Herzegovina Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Bouvet Island Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Brazil Only in: Campo Grande, Cuiaba, Sao Paulo only 1931 - 2018 -

    Bulgaria Countrywide 1943 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Canada Not in: Blanc-Sablon, Dawson, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson 1918 11/06/2022 1:00 am

    Chile Countrywide 1968 04/02/2022 9:00 pm

    Croatia Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Cuba Countrywide 1928 11/06/2022 12:00 am

    Cyprus Countrywide 1975 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Czechia Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Denmark Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Estonia Countrywide 1918 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Faroe Islands Countrywide 1981 03/27/2022 2:00 am

    Fiji Countrywide 1998 11/13/2022 3:00 am

    Finland Countrywide 1942 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    France Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Germany Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Gibraltar Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Greece Countrywide 1932 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Greenland Not in: Danmarkshavn 1980 03/26/2022 11:00 pm

    Guernsey Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 2:00 am

    Haiti Countrywide 1983 11/06/2022 1:00 am

    Hungary Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Iran Countrywide 1978 03/22/2022 1:00 am

    Ireland Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 2:00 am

    Isle of Man Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 2:00 am

    Israel Countrywide 1940 03/25/2022 3:00 am

    Italy Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Jersey Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 2:00 am

    Jordan Countrywide 1973 10/28/2022 12:00 am

    Kosovo Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Latvia Countrywide 1918 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Lebanon Countrywide 1920 03/27/2022 1:00 am

    Liechtenstein Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Lithuania Countrywide 1941 03/27/2022 4:00 am

    Luxembourg Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Malta Countrywide 1916 03/27/2022 3:00 am

    Source : www.worlddata.info

    Do you want to see answer or more ?
    James 11 month ago
    4

    Guys, does anyone know the answer?

    Click For Answer