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The Friday the 13th movies are titled "Martes 13" (Tuesday the 13th) in Spain and certain Latin-American countries, because their unlucky day is Tuesday the 13th instead of Friday.

In Greek culture they believe that Tuesday the 13th is an unlucky day instead of Friday the 13th.

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  1. Friday the 13th is the most feared day in the US. In Hispanic and Greek culture it's Tuesday the 13th.

  2. Tuesday the 13th is an unlucky day in Spanish-speaking cultures because Tuesday (martes) is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. It's also unlucky in Greece because of its relation to Ares, the Greek god of war.

  3. Tuesday the 13th is unlucky in Argentina. You are ok on Friday.

  4. Tom Kenney, a FEMA employee gave an interview on September 13th 2001 saying that his team arrived in New York City on September 10th late at night and went to work Tuesday morning in support of the disaster the day of September 11th, 2001.

  5. Greeks consider Tuesday the 13th unlucky (like today) instead of Friday the 13th... it's also unlucky in Spanish-speaking countries, BTW

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