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Whitsunday in Estonia

Pentecost is a Christian holiday commemorating the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the disciples of Jesus Christ, according to the New Testament of the Bible. It is also known as Whitsunday, or Whit Sunday.

Is Whitsunday a Public Holiday?

Whitsunday is on Sunday, June 9, 2019 and most businesses follow regular Sunday opening hours in Estonia.

According to Christian texts, the Holy Spirit, often symbolized by a dove, descended on the apostles who received the gift of tongues. Pentecost celebrates this event.
According to Christian texts, the Holy Spirit, often symbolized by a dove, descended on the apostles who received the gift of tongues. Pentecost celebrates this event.
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About Whitsunday

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Whitsunday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010SunMay 23WhitsundayNational holiday
2011SunJun 12WhitsundayNational holiday
2012SunMay 27WhitsundayNational holiday
2013SunMay 19WhitsundayNational holiday
2014SunJun 8WhitsundayNational holiday
2015SunMay 24WhitsundayNational holiday
2016SunMay 15WhitsundayNational holiday
2017SunJun 4WhitsundayNational holiday
2018SunMay 20WhitsundayNational holiday
2019SunJun 9WhitsundayNational holiday
2020SunMay 31WhitsundayNational holiday

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