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Holy Saturday in Nicaragua

Holy Saturday commemorates the day that Jesus Christ lay in the tomb after his death, according to the Christian bible. It is the day after Good Friday and the day before Easter Sunday. It is also known as Easter Eve, Easter Even, Black Saturday, or the Saturday before Easter.

Is Holy Saturday a Public Holiday?

Holy Saturday is not a public holiday. It falls on Saturday, April 20, 2019 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Nicaragua.

La Pietà by Michelangelo

Holy Saturday commemorates the day that Jesus (sculpture of him pictured above) lay in his tomb after he died. He was resurrected on Easter Sunday, the day after Holy Saturday, according to Christian belief.

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About Holy Saturday

Read more about Holy Saturday.

Holy Saturday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010SatApr 3Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2011SatApr 23Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2012SatApr 7Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2013SatMar 30Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2014SatApr 19Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2015SatApr 4Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2016SatMar 26Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2017SatApr 15Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2018SatMar 31Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2019SatApr 20Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian
2020SatApr 11Holy SaturdayObservance, Christian

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