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Christmas Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Christmas Day, on December 25, is one of the most festive Christian holidays in many countries around the world. It celebrates Jesus' birth.

Many people celebrate Christmas Day with a festive meal.
Many people celebrate Christmas Day with a festive meal.
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About Christmas Day

Read more about Christmas Day.

Christmas Day Observances

Note: In addition to federal public holidays, workers get a limited number of extra days as holidays based on religious or traditional practices.
WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
SatDec 252010Christmas DayOptional Holiday
SunDec 252011Christmas DayOptional Holiday
TueDec 252012Christmas DayOptional Holiday
WedDec 252013Christmas DayOptional Holiday
ThuDec 252014Christmas DayOptional Holiday
FriDec 252015Christmas DayOptional Holiday
SunDec 252016Christmas DayOptional Holiday
MonDec 252017Christmas DayOptional Holiday
TueDec 252018Christmas DayOptional Holiday
WedDec 252019Christmas DayOptional Holiday
FriDec 252020Christmas DayOptional Holiday

Quick Facts

Christmas Day is one of the biggest Christian celebrations and falls on December 25 in the Gregorian calendar.

Christmas Day 2018

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Christmas Day 2019

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

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Note: In addition to federal public holidays, workers get a limited number of extra days as holidays based on religious or traditional practices.

List of dates for other years

Other holidays in December 2018 in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fun Holidays on December 25, 2018

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