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Holidays and Observances in Kyrgyzstan in 2019

Holidays and Observances in Kyrgyzstan in 2019

Date NameType
Jan 1TuesdayNew YearPublic Holiday
Jan 7MondayOrthodox Christmas DayPublic Holiday
Feb 23SaturdayDefender of the Fatherland DayPublic Holiday
Feb 25MondayDefender of the Fatherland Day observedPublic Holiday
Mar 8FridayInternational Women's DayPublic Holiday
Mar 21ThursdayMarch EquinoxSeason
Mar 21ThursdayNational Holiday "Nooruz"Public Holiday
Apr 7SundayApril People's Revolution DayPublic Holiday
Apr 8MondayApril People's Revolution Day observedPublic Holiday
May 1WednesdayMay DayPublic Holiday
May 5SundayConstitution Day of the Kyrgyz RepublicPublic Holiday
May 6MondayConstitution Day of the Kyrgyz Republic observedPublic Holiday
May 9ThursdayVictory DayPublic Holiday
Jun 5WednesdayOrozo AitPublic Holiday
Jun 21FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Aug 11SundayKurman AitPublic Holiday
Aug 31SaturdayIndependence Day of the Kyrgyz RepublicPublic Holiday
Sep 2MondayIndependence Day of the Kyrgyz Republic observedPublic Holiday
Sep 23MondaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Nov 7ThursdayDay of the Great October Socialist RevolutionPublic Holiday
Nov 8FridayDay of the Great October Socialist Revolution holidayPublic Holiday
Dec 22SundayDecember SolsticeSeason

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