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2000
Vladimir Putin becomes the new Russian president
Vladimir Putin becomes the new Russian president
Dutch pavilion at Expo 2000
Dutch pavilion at the Expo 2000 in Hanover
Oresund connection from space
Opening of the Øresund link between Copenhagen and Malmö (satellite image)
2000 in other calendars
From urbe condita 2753
Armenian calendar 1448-1449
Ethiopian calendar 1992-1993
Badi calendar 156-157
Bengali calendar 1406-1407
Berber calendar 2950
Buddhist calendar 2544
Burmese calendar 1362
Byzantine calendar 7508-7509
Chinese calendar
 - era 4696-4697 or
4636-4637
 - 60 year cycle

Earth Rabbit (己卯, 16) -
Metal Dragon (庚辰, 17)

French
revolutionary calendar
CCVIII - CCIX
208-209
Hebrew calendar 5760-5761
Hindu calendar
 - Vikram Sambat 2056-2057
 - Shaka Samvat 1922-1923
Iranian calendar 1378-1379
Islamic calendar 1420-1421
Japanese calendar
 - Nengō (era): Heisei 12
 - Kōki 2660
Coptic calendar 1716-1717
Korean calendar
 - Dangun era 4333
 - Juche era 89
Minguo calendar 89
Modern Olympics XXVII
Seleucid calendar 2311-2312
Thai solar calendar 2543

The year 2000 marks the last year of the 20th century and the first of the 2000s , making it a secular year . It is also a leap year and has 366 days.

Annual dedications

Species protection

Events

Politics and world events

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

Bardenas Reales

December

economy

1000 sucre coin of Ecuador
Rover Mini

society

science and technology

Salvage of the CSS Hunley
Acker-Schmalwand

Culture

music

See also: Number one hits 2000 in Australia , Belgium , Denmark , Germany , Finland , France , Ireland , Italy , Japan , Canada , New Zealand , the Netherlands , Norway , Austria , Poland , Sweden , Switzerland , Spain , Hungary , the United States and the United Kingdom .

religion

Heimaey stave church

Sports

For entries of athletics world records, see under the respective discipline under athletics .

Disasters

Minor accidents are listed in the sub-articles of Catastrophe .

Born

First quarter

Yara Shahidi (2011)
Stavroula Tsolakidou (2016)

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth Quarter

Elena Wassen (2016)

Day unknown

Died

This is a list of the most significant people who passed away in 2000. For a more detailed list see Nekrolog 2000 .

January

February

Friedensreich Hundertwasser, 1998

March

April

Habib Bourguiba († April 6)

May

Keizō Obuchi († May 14)
Erich Mielke , 1976

June

July

August

Gustav Scholz
Carl Barks , 1994

September

October

November

December

Day unknown

Nobel Prizes

Web links

Commons : 2000  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files