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Holidays in Saudi Arabia in 2014

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 13MondayProphet's BirthdayObservance
Mar 20ThursdayMarch equinoxSeason
Jun 21SaturdayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 29SundayRamadan beginsObservance
Jul 22TuesdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Jul 23WednesdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Jul 24ThursdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Jul 25FridayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Jul 26SaturdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Jul 27SundayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Jul 28MondayEid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)National holiday
Jul 29TuesdayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Jul 30WednesdayEid-al-Fitr HolidayNational holiday
Jul 31ThursdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Aug 1FridayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Aug 2SaturdayEid-al-Fitr Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 23TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Sep 23TuesdaySaudi National DayNational holiday
Sep 26FridayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 27SaturdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 28SundayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 29MondayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Sep 30TuesdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public service only)Observance
Oct 1WednesdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public service only)Observance
Oct 2ThursdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public service only)Observance
Oct 3FridayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Oct 4SaturdayEid-al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)National holiday
Oct 5SundayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Oct 6MondayEid-al-Adha HolidayNational holiday
Oct 7TuesdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Oct 8WednesdayEid-al-Adha Holiday (public sector only)Observance
Oct 25SaturdayMuharram (Muslim New Year)Observance
Dec 21SundayDecember SolsticeSeason

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