سنة 2020 (MMXX) كانت سنة كبيسة تبدأ يوم الأربعاء (الرابط يعرض التقويم كاملاً) التقويم الگريگوري، السنة 2020 بعد الميلاد (م)، السنة 20 في الألفية 3، السنة 20 في القرن 21، والسنة 1st في عقد 2020. 2020 (MMXX) سوف يبدأ يوم الأربعاء حسب التقويم الگريگوري. عام 2020 هو العام رقم 20 في الألفية الثالثة والقرن 21. وسيكون أيضاً أول سنوات عقد 2020. 2020 was heavily defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to global social and economic disruption, mass cancellations and postponements of events, worldwide lockdowns and the largest economic recession since the Great Depression in the 1930s.[1] Geospatial World also called 2020 "the worst year in terms of climate change" in part due to major climate disasters worldwide, including major bushfires in Australia and the western United States, as well as extreme tropical cyclone activity affecting large parts of North America.[2] A United Nations progress report published in December 2020 indicated that none of the international Sustainable Development Goals for 2020 were achieved.[3] Time magazine used its fifth ever Red X cover to declare 2020 "the worst year ever", although the cover article itself did not go as far, instead saying "There have been worse years in U.S. history, and certainly worse years in world history, but most of us alive today have seen nothing like this one."[4]

Ukraine International Airlines Flight 7522020 Malian coup d'étatSecond Nagorno-Karabakh WarCOVID-19 pandemicGeorge Floyd protestsAssassination of Qasem Soleimani2020 Beirut explosionTigray War
Clockwise, from top left: Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 is shot down by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps during heightened tensions between Iran and the United States; Malian Armed Forces overthrow the Government of Mali during the 2020 Malian coup d'état; A missile attack causes destruction in Ganja during the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War; A man stands atop a burned-out car during protests following the Murder of George Floyd; The aftermath of an airstrike on Mekelle during the ongoing Tigray War in Ethiopia; Destruction in the Port of Beirut following an enormous explosion of ammonium nitrate; Mourners gather for the Funeral of Qasem Soleimani after his assassination three days into the year; A colorized transmission electron micrograph of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that was responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, which became a defining world event in 2020 and the 2020s decade thus far.
الألفية: الألفية 3
القرون: القرن 20 - القرن 21 - القرن 22
العقود: عقد 1990  عقد 2000  عقد 2010  - عقد 2020 -  عقد 2030  عقد 2040  عقد 2050
السنوات: 2017 2018 2019 - 2020 - 2021 2022 2023
2020 حسب الموضوع:
أخبار حسب الشهر
ينايرفبرايرمارسأبريلمايويونيو
يوليوأغسطسسبتمبرأكتوبرنوفمبرديسمبر
الفنون
العمارةالفنالقصص المصورةالسينماالفيديوالأدب (الشعر) – الموسيقى (موسيقى الريف، الهيڤي ميتال، الموسيقى العربية) – الإذاعةالتلفزيونألعاب الفيديو
السياسة
الانتخاباتقادة دوليونالسياسةقادة الدولالدول المستقلة
العلوم والتكنولوجيا
الآثارالطيرانعلم الطيورعلم الأرصاد الجويةعلم الأحياء القديمةالنقل بالسكك الحديديةالعلومرحلات الفضاء
الرياضة
الرياضةألعاب القوى (المضمار الميدان)كرة السلةكرة القدمكرة اليدالكرة الطائرةالكريكتهوكي الجليدMotorsportالتنسدوري الرگبياتحاد الرگبي
حسب المكان
الجزائرالأرجنتينأستراليابلجيكا - البرازيلكنداالصينالدنماركإلسلڤادورمصرالاتحاد الاوروپيفرنساجورجياألمانياغاناالمجرالهندالعراقإيرانأيرلنداإسرائيلإيطاليااليابانكنياليتوانيالوكسمبورگماليزياالمكسيكنيوزيلنداالنرويجپاكستانالأراضي الفلسطينيةالفلپينپولندارومانياروسياسنغافورةجنوب أفريقياكوريا الجنوبيةإسپانياسريلانكاالإمارات المتحدةالمملكة المتحدةالولايات المتحدة
موضوعات أخرى
جوائزالقانونالقادة الدينيون - الإنترنت
تصنيف المواليد والوفيات
مواليدوفيات
تصنيفات تأسيسات وانحلالات
تأسيساتانحلالات
تصنيفات أعمال وأطروحات
أعمالأطروحات
2020 في التقاويم الأخرى
التقويم الگريگوري2020
MMXX
آب أوربه كونديتا2773
التقويم الأرمني1469
ԹՎ ՌՆԿԹ
التقويم الآشوري6770
التقويم البهائي176–177
التقويم البنغالي1427
التقويم الأمازيغي2970
سنة العهد البريطاني68 إليز. 2 – 69 إليز. 2
التقويم البوذي2564
التقويم البورمي1382
التقويم البيزنطي7528–7529
التقويم الصيني己亥(التراب الخنزير)
4716 أو 4656
    — إلى —
庚子年 (المعدن الفأر)
4717 أو 4657
التقويم القبطي1736–1737
التقويم الديسكوردي3186
التقويم الإثيوپي2012–2013
التقويم العبري5780–5781
التقاويم الهندوسية
 - ڤيكرام سامڤات2076–2077
 - شاكا سامڤات1942–1943
 - كالي يوگا5121–5122
تقويم الهولوسين12020
تقويم الإگبو1020–1021
التقويم الإيراني1398–1399
التقويم الهجري1441–1442
التقويم اليابانيHeisei 32
(平成32年)
تقويم جوچى109
التقويم اليوليوسيالگريگوري ناقص 13 يوم
التقويم الكوري4353
تقويم مينگووجمهورية الصين 109
民國109年
التقويم الشمسي التايلندي2563
توقيت يونيكس1577836800–1609459199

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