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Feast Day of St Isidore in Spain

Is Feast Day of St Isidore a Public Holiday?

Feast Day of St Isidore is a public holiday in Madrid, where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Feast Day of St Isidore Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015FriMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2016SunMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2017MonMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2018TueMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2019WedMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2020FriMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2021SatMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2022SunMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2023MonMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2024WedMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid
2025ThuMay 15Feast Day of St IsidoreLocal holidayMadrid

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