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Holidays in Latvia in 2019


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DateWeekdayHoliday NameHoliday Type
Jan 1TuesdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Feb 14ThursdayValentine's DayObservance
Mar 20WednesdayMarch EquinoxSeason
Mar 31SundayDaylight Saving Time startsClock change/Daylight Saving Time
Apr 19FridayGood FridayNational holiday
Apr 20SaturdayHoly SaturdayObservance
Apr 21SundayEaster SundayNational holiday
Apr 22MondayEaster MondayNational holiday
May 1WednesdayLabour Day/May DayNational holiday
May 1WednesdayConstituent Assembly Convocation DayNational holiday
May 4SaturdayIndependence Restoration DayNational holiday
May 6MondayIndependence Restoration Day observedNational holiday
May 12SundayMothers' DayNational holiday
Jun 9SundayWhitsundayNational holiday
Jun 21FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 23SundayMidsummer EveNational holiday
Jun 24MondayMidsummer DayNational holiday
Sep 8SundayFathers' DayObservance
Sep 23MondaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Oct 27SundayDaylight Saving Time endsClock change/Daylight Saving Time
Oct 31ThursdayHalloweenObservance
Nov 18MondayRepublic of Latvia Proclamation DayNational holiday
Dec 22SundayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24TuesdayChristmas EveNational holiday
Dec 25WednesdayChristmas DayNational holiday
Dec 26ThursdaySecond Day of ChristmasNational holiday
Dec 31TuesdayNew Year's EveNational holiday

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