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Orthodox Christmas Eve in North Macedonia

Is Orthodox Christmas Eve a Public Holiday?

Orthodox Christmas Eve is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Orthodox Christmas Eve Observances

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

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2016WedJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2017FriJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2018SatJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2019SunJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2020MonJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2021WedJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2022ThuJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2023FriJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2024SatJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday
2025MonJan 6Orthodox Christmas EveOptional Holiday

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