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Orthodox Christmas Eve in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Pravoslavni BadnjakBosnian
Orthodox Christmas EveEnglish
Orthodoxe Heiliger AbendGerman
Pravoslavni BadnjakCroatian
Православни Цхристмас ЕвеSerbian (cyrillic)
Pravoslavni Badnje večeSerbian (latin)
Ortodoks julaftenNorwegian

Orthodox Christmas Eve 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
WedJan 62010Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
ThuJan 62011Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
FriJan 62012Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
SunJan 62013Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
MonJan 62014Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
TueJan 62015Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
WedJan 62016Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
FriJan 62017Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
SatJan 62018Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
SunJan 62019Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
MonJan 62020Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday

Quick Facts

Orthodox Christmas Eve 2018

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Orthodox Christmas Eve 2019

Sunday, January 6, 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 January 2019 in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fun Holiday on January 6, 2019

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