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International Romani Day (for Romani community) in North Macedonia

Is International Romani Day (for Romani community) a Public Holiday?

International Romani Day (for Romani community) is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

International Romani Day (for Romani community) Observances

Note: A limited number of holidays are designated by the Macedonian government as community or religious holidays.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2016FriApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2017SatApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2018SunApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2019MonApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2020WedApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2021ThuApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2022FriApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2023SatApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2024MonApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday
2025TueApr 8International Romani Day (for Romani community)Optional Holiday

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