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Holidays and Observances in Serbia in 2019

Holidays and Observances in Serbia in 2019

Date NameType
Jan 1TuesdayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 2WednesdaySecond Day of New Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 7MondayOrthodox Christmas DayNational holiday, Orthodox
Jan 14MondayOrthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
Jan 27SundaySpirituality Day/St Sava's DayObservance
Feb 15FridayStatehood Day of the Republic of SerbiaNational holiday
Feb 16SaturdayStatehood Day of the Republic of Serbia (Day 2)National holiday
Mar 20WednesdayMarch EquinoxSeason
Apr 22MondayHolocaust Remembrance DayObservance
Apr 26FridayOrthodox Good FridayNational holiday, Orthodox
Apr 27SaturdayOrthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
Apr 28SundayOrthodox Easter DayNational holiday, Orthodox
Apr 29MondayOrthodox Easter MondayNational holiday, Orthodox
May 1WednesdayLabor holidayNational holiday
May 2ThursdayLabor holiday second dayNational holiday
May 9ThursdayVictory DayObservance
Jun 21FridayJune SolsticeSeason
Jun 28FridaySt Vitus DayObservance
Sep 23MondaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Oct 21MondayWorld War II Victims Remembrance DayObservance
Nov 11MondayArmistice DayNational holiday
Dec 22SundayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 31TuesdayNew Year's EveObservance

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