Public Holidays In Romania

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Public Holidays In Romania

  1. 1. Official Non-working Holidays January 1 April/May - Easter The official holiday is the - New Year's Day Orthodox Easter. The holiday is two days long, the Easter Sunday and Monday are non-working.
  2. 2. Official Non-working Holidays May/June - Pentecost, Whit Monday Both 50th and 51st days after the Orthodox Easter.
  3. 3. Official Non-working Holidays May 1 August 15 - Labor Day Dormition of the International Theotokos Labor Day Also the Day of the Romanian Naval Forces since St. Mary is the patron saint of the Navy
  4. 4. Official Non-working Holidays December 1 December 25/26 Christmas National holiday Both first and (Great Union Day) second Christmas It celebrates the Day are holidays. Union of Transylvania Third Christmas Day with Romania. is not a public holiday.
  5. 5. Other official holidays and observances January 24 - Unification Day It celebrates the day of the political union between Wallachia and Moldavia (when Alexander John Cuza was concomitantly elected ruler of both principalities), the foundation of modern Romania
  6. 6. Other official holidays and observances March 8 May/June - Women's Day Heroes' Day (Ascension) The 40th day from the Orthodox Easter
  7. 7. Other official holidays and observances July 29 December 8 National Anthem Day Constitution Day Date when Referendum on “Deşteaptă-te,române! the Romanian was first performed, in Constitution was 1848 at Râmnicu Vâlcea held in 1991.
  8. 8. Traditional festivals and holidays Date Name Remarks February 24 Dragobetele similar to St. Valentine's Day March 1 Mărţişorul Spring festival
  9. 9. Other observances Date Name Remarks First Sunday NATO Day Not a public holiday in April - observed by the Government institutions October 25 Armed Forces Day Observed by the Romanian Army and its veterans on the anniversary of the liberation of Carei, the last Romanian city under occupation during World War II.

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