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Armenian Christmas Day in Armenia

Many Orthodox Christians annually celebrate Christmas Day on or near January 7 to remember Jesus Christ’s birth, described in the Christian Bible. This date works to the Julian calendar that pre-dates the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly observed.

Some Orthodox Christians visit a church to pray or reflect on inner thoughts in the lead up to the Orthodox Christmas Day.
Some Orthodox Christians visit a church to pray or reflect on inner thoughts in the lead up to the Orthodox Christmas Day.
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About Armenian Christmas Day

Read more about Armenian Christmas Day.

Armenian Christmas Day Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
WedJan 62010Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
ThuJan 62011Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
FriJan 62012Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
SunJan 62013Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
MonJan 62014Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
TueJan 62015Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
WedJan 62016Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
FriJan 62017Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
SatJan 62018Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
SunJan 62019Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday
MonJan 62020Armenian Christmas DayNational holiday

Quick Facts

Many Orthodox churches annually celebrate Christmas Day on or around January 7. This event commemorates the story of Jesus Christ’s birth, according to the Christian Bible.

Armenian Christmas Day 2018

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Armenian Christmas Day 2019

Sunday, January 6, 2019

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Other holidays in January 2019 in Armenia

Fun Holiday on January 6, 2019

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