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Holidays and Observances Around the World

Public holidays and other special days in 200+ countries. Carefully researched and constantly updated.

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International Holidays Today and in the Next 7 Days

Date NameWhere
Oct 17ThursdayDessalines DayHaiti
 Sukkot (Day 4)Israel
 Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth)India
 Grand Magal de ToubaSenegal
Oct 18FridayNational Independence DayAzerbaijan
 Healthcare Aide DayCanada
 Sukkot (Day 5)Israel
 Alaska DayUnited States
 Prayer DayZambia
Oct 19SaturdaySukkot (Day 6)Israel
 ArbaeenIran
Oct 20SundayHoshana RabbahAustralia, Canada, Israel, United Kingdom, United States
 Revolution of 1944Guatemala
 Mashujaa DayKenya
 ChelumPakistan
Oct 21MondayShemini AtzeretAustralia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States
 President Ndadaye's DayBurundi
 Revolution of 1944 HolidayGuatemala
 Army DayHonduras
 Shemini Atzeret / Simchat TorahIsrael
 National Heroes' DayJamaica
 Mashujaa Day observedKenya
 World War II Victims Remembrance DaySerbia
 Saint Ursula's DayBritish Virgin Islands
Oct 22TuesdaySimchat TorahAustralia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States
 Enthronement Ceremony DayJapan
Oct 23WednesdayAkhari Chahar SombaBangladesh
 1956 Revolution Memorial DayHungary
 Paris Peace Agreement's DayCambodia
 Liberation DayLibya
 Day of the Macedonian Revolutionary StruggleNorth Macedonia
 Chulalongkorn DayThailand
Oct 24ThursdayUnited Nations DayMicronesia, Palau
 Birthday of the Sultan of PahangMalaysia
 Independence DayZambia
The list of countries shown for each holiday does not necessarily include all countries where it is observed.

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