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Ascension Day in Switzerland

Ascension Day is the 40th day of Easter. It occurs 39 days after Easter Sunday. It is a Christian holiday that commemorates Jesus Christ's ascension into heaven according to Christian belief.

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Ascension Day marks the 40th day after Jesus Christ's resurrection according to Christian belief.
Ascension Day marks the 40th day after Jesus Christ's resurrection according to Christian belief.
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About Ascension Day

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Ascension Day Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday TypeWhere It is Observed
ThuMay 132010Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuJun 22011Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 172012Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 92013Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 292014Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 142015Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 52016Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 252017Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 102018Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 302019Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll
ThuMay 212020Ascension DayCommon Local HolidaysAll

Quick Facts

Ascension Day is the 40th day of Easter. It is a religious holiday that commemorates the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven.

Ascension Day 2018

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Ascension Day 2019

Thursday, May 30, 2019

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Other holidays in May 2019 in Switzerland

Fun Holiday on May 10, 2019

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