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Holidays and Observances in Iraq in 2019

Holidays and Observances in Iraq in 2019

Date NameType
Jan 1TuesdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 6SundayArmy DayNational holiday
Mar 5TuesdayRebellion AnniversaryRegional holiday
Mar 21ThursdayMarch EquinoxSeason
Mar 21ThursdayNowruzRegional holiday
Apr 9TuesdayBaghdad Liberation DayRegional holiday
May 1WednesdayLabor DayNational holiday
Jun 4TuesdayEid al-FitrNational holiday
Jun 5WednesdayEid al-Fitr holidayNational holiday
Jun 6ThursdayEid al-Fitr holidayNational holiday
Jun 21FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 14SundayRepublic DayNational holiday
Aug 12MondayEid al-AdhaNational holiday
Aug 13TuesdayEid al-Adha holidayNational holiday
Aug 14WednesdayEid al-Adha holidayNational holiday
Aug 15ThursdayEid al-Adha holidayNational holiday
Aug 31SaturdayIslamic New YearNational holiday
Sep 10TuesdayAshuraNational holiday
Sep 23MondaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Oct 3ThursdayIraqi Independence DayNational holiday
Nov 10SundayThe Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
Dec 10TuesdayAnniversary of Victory over ISISNational holiday
Dec 22SundayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 25WednesdayChristmas DayNational holiday
Dec 31TuesdayNew Year's EveObservance

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