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Orthodox New Year in Serbia

The Orthodox New Year, also known as the Old New Year, according to the Julian calendar is on January 14 in the Gregorian calendar. The Julian calendar pre-dates the Gregorian calendar.

Is Orthodox New Year a Public Holiday?

Orthodox New Year is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Candle holder and orthodox icons in background

Lit candles in an Orthodox Christian church.

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About Orthodox New Year

Read more about Orthodox New Year.

Orthodox New Year Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010ThuJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2011FriJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2012SatJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2013MonJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2014TueJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2015WedJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2016ThuJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2017SatJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2018SunJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2019MonJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
2020TueJan 14Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox

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