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Holidays in Azerbaijan in 2013


DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1TuesdayNew Year's DayPublic holiday
Jan 2WednesdayNew Year's Day (day 2)Public holiday
Jan 20SundayMartyrs’ DayPublic holiday
Jan 21MondayMartyrs’ Day observedPublic holiday
Mar 8FridayWomen's DayPublic holiday
Mar 20WednesdayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 20WednesdayNowruz/Spring HolidayPublic holiday
Mar 21ThursdayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
Mar 22FridayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
Mar 23SaturdayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
Mar 24SundayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
Mar 25MondayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
Mar 26TuesdayNowruz/Spring Holiday (extra holiday)Public holiday
May 9ThursdayVictory Day over FascismPublic holiday
May 28TuesdayRepublic DayPublic holiday
Jun 15SaturdayThe Day of National Salvation of the Azerbaijani PeoplePublic holiday
Jun 17MondayThe Day of National Salvation of the Azerbaijani People observedPublic holiday
Jun 21FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 26WednesdayAzerbaijan Armed Forces DayPublic holiday
Aug 8ThursdayRamadan holidayPublic holiday
Aug 9FridayRamadan holiday (day 2)Public holiday
Sep 22SundaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 9WednesdayPresidential ElectionObservance
Oct 16WednesdayFeast of the Sacrifice (day 2)Public holiday
Oct 18FridayNational Independence DayPublic holiday
Nov 9SaturdayState Flag Day of AzerbaijanPublic holiday
Nov 11MondayState Flag Day of Azerbaijan observedPublic holiday
Nov 12TuesdayConstitution DayPublic holiday
Nov 17SundayNational Revival DayPublic holiday
Nov 18MondayNational Revival Day observedPublic holiday
Dec 21SaturdayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 31TuesdayNew Year's EveObservance
Dec 31TuesdayWorld Azerbaijanis Solidarity DayPublic holiday

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