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Millennium : 2º milênio
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1967 em vários calendários
calendário gregoriano1967
MCMLXVII
Ab urbe condita2720
Calendário armênio1416
ԹՎ ՌՆԺԶ
Calendário assírio6717
Calendário bahá'í123-124
Calendário saka balinês1888-1889
Calendário bengali1374
Calendário berbere2917
Ano do reinado britânico15  Eliz. 2 a  16  Eliz. 2
Calendário budista2511
Calendário birmanês1329
Calendário bizantino7475-7476
calendário chinês丙午(Fire  Horse )
4663 ou 4603
    - a -
丁未 年(Fire  Goat )
4664 ou 4604
Calendário copta1683-1684
Calendário discordiano3133
Calendário etíope1959-1960
Calendário hebraico5727-5728
Calendários hindus
 - Vikram Samvat2023–2024
 - Shaka Samvat1888-1889
 - Kali Yuga5067–5068
Calendário holoceno11967
Calendário igbo967-968
Calendário iraniano1345–1346
Calendário islâmico1386–1387
Calendário japonêsShōwa 42
(昭和 42 年)
Calendário javanês1898-1899
Calendário Juche56
calendário julianoGregoriano menos 13 dias
Calendário coreano4300
Calendário MinguoROC 56
民國 56 年
Calendário Nanakshahi499
Calendário solar tailandês2510
Calendário tibetano阳 火 马 年
( Cavalo - fogo macho )
2093 ou 1712 ou 940
    - a -
阴 火 羊年
( Cabra- fogo fêmea )
2094 ou 1713 ou 941

1967 ( MCMLXVII ) foi um ano comum começando no domingo do calendário gregoriano , o 1967º ano das designações de Era Comum (CE) e Anno Domini (AD), o 967º ano do 2º milênio , o 67º ano do século 20 , e o 8º ano da década de 1960 .

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