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Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre in Sao Tome and Principe

Is Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre a Public Holiday?

Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2016WedFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2017FriFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2018SatFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2019SunFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2020MonFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2021WedFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2022ThuFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2023FriFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2024SatFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday
2025MonFeb 3Commemoration of the Batepá MassacrePublic Holiday

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