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Christmas Eve (from noon) in Iceland

Christmas Eve, which is the day before Christmas Day, is celebrated in many countries worldwide. It is a Christian observance that falls on December 24 in the Gregorian calendar.

Christmas tree section on white.
Christmas trees are decorated with baubles, lights and tinsel during the Christmas season.
Christmas trees are decorated with baubles, lights and tinsel during the Christmas season.
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About Christmas Eve (from noon)

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Christmas Eve (from noon) Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriDec 242010Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
SatDec 242011Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
MonDec 242012Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
TueDec 242013Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
WedDec 242014Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
ThuDec 242015Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
SatDec 242016Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
SunDec 242017Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
MonDec 242018Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
TueDec 242019Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday
ThuDec 242020Christmas Eve (from noon)National holiday

Quick Facts

Christmas Eve is the day before Christmas Day and falls on December 24 in the Gregorian calendar.

Christmas Eve (from noon) 2018

Monday, December 24, 2018

Christmas Eve (from noon) 2019

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

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