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Holidays and Observances in Georgia in 2020

Holidays and Observances in Georgia in 2020

Date NameType
Jan 1WednesdayNew Year's DayPublic holiday
Jan 2ThursdayNew Year's (Day 2)Public holiday
Jan 7TuesdayOrthodox Christmas DayPublic holiday
Jan 19SundayOrthodox EpiphanyPublic holiday
Feb 14FridayValentine's DayObservance
Mar 3TuesdayMothers' DayPublic holiday
Mar 8SundayInternational Women's DayPublic holiday
Mar 20FridayMarch EquinoxSeason
Mar 21SaturdayNowruzObservance
Apr 9ThursdayIndependence Restoration DayPublic holiday
Apr 17FridayOrthodox Good FridayPublic holiday
Apr 18SaturdayOrthodox Holy SaturdayPublic holiday
Apr 19SundayOrthodox Easter SundayPublic holiday
Apr 20MondayOrthodox Easter MondayPublic holiday
May 9SaturdayVictory DayPublic holiday
May 12TuesdaySt Andrew's DayPublic holiday
May 26TuesdayIndependence DayPublic holiday
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 21SundayFathers' DayObservance
Aug 28FridayDay of the Assumption of MaryPublic holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Oct 14WednesdaySvetitskhovlobaPublic holiday
Nov 23MondaySt George's DayPublic holiday
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveObservance

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