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Ethiopian leap year

A leap year in the Ethiopian calendar occurs when an extra day is added to the last month of the year every 4 years.

A leap day in the 13th month

The Ethiopian calendar consists of 13 months, where the first 12 months each have 30 days and the 13th month has 5 days in a standard year. During a leap year, the 13th month has 6 days.

What is a Leap Year and when is the next one?

Leap Day February 29, 2016

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