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France (Reunion) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for France (Reunion)



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third period holiday (beginning)Tuesday March 10, 2015School holidays 
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third period holiday (end)Friday March 27, 2015School holidays 
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Easter Monday*Friday April 17, 2015Catholic or protestant 
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Third period holiday (beginning) -
Friday March 10, 2017

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Third period holiday (end) -
Monday March 27, 2017

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Easter Monday -
Monday April 17, 2017

Catholic or protestant : In the year 325, the Council of Nicée determined a date fo Easter. Full Moon would fall the 14th day of a moon month (1). Easter would be marked by the dominical letter(2)and the epactus(3). With the establishment of the equinox ne variatur on March 21, algorithms where elaborated to attribuate a date for Easter whatever the year.
Time between two consecutive new moons: 20 days 12 hours 44 minutes 2.8 - Gives a letter code for the year's calendar Age of the moon on January 1st, minus one unity, 0 being the new moon's age.