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Martisor (first day of spring) in Moldova

Is Martisor (first day of spring) a Public Holiday?

Martisor (first day of spring) is not a public holiday. It falls on Sunday, March 1, 2020 and most businesses follow regular Sunday opening hours in Moldova.

Martisor (first day of spring) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2016TueMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2017WedMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2018ThuMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2019FriMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2020SunMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2021MonMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2022TueMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2023WedMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2024FriMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance
2025SatMar 1Martisor (first day of spring)Observance

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