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Holidays in Saudi Arabia in 2009


DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Mar 9MondayProphet's BirthdayObservance
Mar 20FridayMarch equinoxSeason
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Aug 22SaturdayRamadan beginsObservance
Sep 21MondayEid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)National holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Sep 22TuesdayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Sep 23WednesdaySaudi National DayNational holiday
Sep 23WednesdayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Sep 24ThursdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 25FridayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 26SaturdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 27SundayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Nov 23MondayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 24TuesdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 25WednesdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 26ThursdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 27FridayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 28SaturdayEid-al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)National holiday
Nov 29SundayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Nov 30MondayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Dec 1TuesdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Dec 2WednesdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Dec 3ThursdayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Dec 18FridayMuharram (Muslim New Year)Observance
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason

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