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Holidays and Observances in Romania in 2020

Holidays and Observances in Romania in 2020

Date NameType
Jan 1WednesdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 2ThursdayDay after New Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 24FridayUnification DayNational holiday
Feb 19WednesdayConstantin Brancusi DayObservance
Feb 24MondayDragobeteObservance
Mar 1SundayMărțișorObservance
Mar 8SundayInternational Women's DayObservance
Mar 20FridayMarch EquinoxSeason
Apr 17FridayOrthodox Good FridayNational holiday, Orthodox
Apr 19SundayOrthodox Easter DayNational holiday, Orthodox
Apr 20MondayOrthodox Easter MondayNational holiday, Orthodox
May 1FridayLabor Day / May DayNational holiday
May 3SundayMother's DayObservance
May 10SundayFather's DayObservance
May 10SundayMonarchy DayObservance
May 28ThursdayOrthodox Ascension DayObservance, Orthodox
Jun 1MondayChildren's DayNational holiday
Jun 7SundayOrthodox PentecostNational holiday, Orthodox
Jun 8MondayOrthodox Pentecost MondayNational holiday, Orthodox
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 26FridayFlag DayObservance
Jul 29WednesdayNational Anthem DayObservance
Aug 15SaturdaySt Mary's DayNational holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Oct 31SaturdayHalloweenObservance
Nov 30MondaySt Andrew's DayNational holiday
Dec 1TuesdayNational holidayNational holiday
Dec 8TuesdayConstitution DayObservance
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24ThursdayChristmas EveObservance
Dec 25FridayChristmas DayNational holiday
Dec 26SaturdaySecond day of ChristmasNational holiday
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveObservance

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