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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.

Candle holder and orthodox icons in background
Lit candles in an Orthodox Christian church.
Lit candles in an Orthodox Christian church.
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About Orthodox New Year

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Orthodox New Year Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
ThuJan 142010Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
FriJan 142011Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
SatJan 142012Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
MonJan 142013Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
TueJan 142014Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
WedJan 142015Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
ThuJan 142016Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
SatJan 142017Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
SunJan 142018Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
MonJan 142019Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox
TueJan 142020Orthodox New YearObservance, Orthodox

Quick Facts

The Orthodox New Year, based on the Julian calendar, is annually held on January 14, according to the Gregorian calendar.

Orthodox New Year 2018

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Orthodox New Year 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019


List of dates for other years

Other holidays in January 2019 in Serbia

Fun Holidays on January 14, 2019

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