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Easter Monday (Orthodox) in Macedonia, Republic of

Many Orthodox churches around the world observe Easter Monday, which is the day after the Orthodox Easter Sunday.

Orthodox Easter Monday
Painted eggs are an important tradition during the Easter period.
Painted eggs are an important tradition during the Easter period.
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About Easter Monday (Orthodox)

Read more about Easter Monday (Orthodox).

Easter Monday (Orthodox) Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
MonApr 52010Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 252011Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 162012Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonMay 62013Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 212014Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 132015Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonMay 22016Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 172017Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 92018Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 292019Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox
MonApr 202020Easter Monday (Orthodox)National holiday, Orthodox

Quick Facts

Orthodox Easter Monday is the day after the Orthodox Easter Sunday.

Easter Monday (Orthodox) 2018

Monday, April 9, 2018

Easter Monday (Orthodox) 2019

Monday, April 29, 2019

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Other holidays in April 2018 in Macedonia, Republic of

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