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Anniversary of the Green March in Morocco

Is Anniversary of the Green March a Public Holiday?

Anniversary of the Green March is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Anniversary of the Green March Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2016SunNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2017MonNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2018TueNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2019WedNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2020FriNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2021SatNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2022SunNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2023MonNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2024WedNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday
2025ThuNov 6Anniversary of the Green MarchNational holiday

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