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St. Peter and St. Paul in Switzerland

Is St. Peter and St. Paul a Public Holiday?

St. Peter and St. Paul is on Saturday, June 29, 2019 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Switzerland.

St. Peter and St. Paul Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2010TueJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2011WedJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2012FriJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2013SatJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2014SunJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2015MonJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2016WedJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2017ThuJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2018FriJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2019SatJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
2020MonJun 29St. Peter and St. PaulCommon local holidaysGR*, SO*, TI
* Only some parts of Graubünden and Solothurn observe this holiday.

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