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Orthodox Holy Saturday in Serbia

Holy Saturday is the day between Jesus Christ's crucifixion (Good Friday) and his resurrection (Easter Sunday), according to Christian belief. Many Orthodox Christians commemorate the burial of Christ on this day.

Is Orthodox Holy Saturday a Public Holiday?

Orthodox Holy Saturday is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

In 2019 it falls on a Saturday. Due to this, some businesses may choose to follow Saturday opening hours.

Orthodox Holy Saturday

Many Orthodox churches contemplate the mystery of Jesus Christ’s descent into Hades. He was placed in a tomb after he died.

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About Orthodox Holy Saturday

Read more about Orthodox Holy Saturday.

Orthodox Holy Saturday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SatApr 11Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2016SatApr 30Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2017SatApr 15Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2018SatApr 7Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2019SatApr 27Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2020SatApr 18Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2021SatMay 1Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2022SatApr 23Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2023SatApr 15Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2024SatMay 4Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox
2025SatApr 19Orthodox Holy SaturdayNational holiday, Orthodox

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