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Holidays and Observances around the World

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Upcoming holidays and observances

WeekdayDateHoliday nameCountries where this is observed (might not be complete)
WednesdayJan 28Army DayArmenia
WednesdayJan 28José Martí´s Birthday MemorialCuba
FridayJan 30The Three Holy HierarchsGreece
SaturdayJan 31Special Working DayMoldova
SaturdayJan 31Giarhwin ShariefPakistan
SaturdayJan 31Special Working DayUkraine
SundayFeb 1Fateha-i-YajdahamBangladesh
SundayFeb 1Day of Remembrance and Respect to Victims of the Communist RegimeBulgaria
SundayFeb 1Our Lady of SuyapaHonduras
SundayFeb 1Federal Territory DayMalaysia
MondayFeb 2Feast of CandelariaBolivia
MondayFeb 2Groundhog DayCanada, Liechtenstein
MondayFeb 2Our Lady of SuyapaHonduras
MondayFeb 2Day off for Constitution DayMexico
MondayFeb 2Federal Territory Day observedMalaysia
TuesdayFeb 3Magha PurnimaBangladesh
TuesdayFeb 3Our Lady of SuyapaHonduras
TuesdayFeb 3Guru Ravidas JayantiIndia
TuesdayFeb 3Navam Full Moon Poya DaySri Lanka
TuesdayFeb 3ThaipusamMalaysia
WednesdayFeb 4Tu B'Shevat (Arbor Day)Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States
WednesdayFeb 4Tu BishvatIsrael
WednesdayFeb 4National DaySri Lanka
WednesdayFeb 4Farmer's DayTaiwan
ThursdayFeb 5Constitution DayMexico
ThursdayFeb 5Kashmir DayPakistan
ThursdayFeb 5Feast of St AgathaSan Marino
FridayFeb 6Translators' DayArmenia
FridayFeb 6Waitangi DayNew Zealand
SundayFeb 8Prešeren DaySlovenia
MondayFeb 9Royal Hobart RegattaAustralia
MondayFeb 9Family DayCanada
TuesdayFeb 10Feast of Saint Paul's ShipwreckMalta
TuesdayFeb 10National Sports DayQatar
WednesdayFeb 11Revolution DayIran
WednesdayFeb 11National Foundation DayJapan
WednesdayFeb 11Anniversary of the foundation of Vatican CityHoly See (Vatican City)

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