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Holidays in Argentina in 2009


DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1ThursdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Mar 20FridayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 24TuesdayMemorial DayNational holiday
Apr 2ThursdayDay of the VeteransNational holiday
Apr 9ThursdayMaundy ThursdayObservance, Christian
Apr 9ThursdayFirst day of PassoverObservance
Apr 10FridayGood FridayNational holiday, Christian
Apr 12SundayEaster DayObservance, Christian
Apr 16ThursdayLast day of PassoverObservance
Apr 24FridayAction Day for Tolerance and Respect between PeopleObservance
May 1FridayLabor Day / May DayNational holiday
May 25MondayNational Day/May 1810 RevolutionNational holiday
Jun 15MondayFlag DayNational holiday
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 9ThursdayIndependence dayNational holiday
Aug 17MondaySan Martín DayNational holiday
Sep 19SaturdayRosh HashanaHebrew
Sep 20SundaySecond day of Rosh HashanaHebrew
Sep 20SundayEnd of RamadanMuslim
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Sep 28MondayYom KippurHebrew
Oct 12MondayColumbus DayNational holiday
Nov 27FridayEid-al-AdhaMuslim
Dec 8TuesdayFeast of the Immaculate ConceptionNational holiday
Dec 18FridayMuharram/New YearMuslim
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 25FridayChristmas DayNational holiday, Christian
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveObservance

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