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St. Valero's Feast in Spain

Is St. Valero's Feast a Public Holiday?

St. Valero's Feast is a public holiday in Zaragoza, where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

St. Valero's Feast Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015ThuJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2016FriJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2017FriOct 13St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2018MonJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2019TueJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2020WedJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2021FriJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2022SatJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2023SunJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2024MonJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza
2025WedJan 29St. Valero's FeastLocal holidayZaragoza

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