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Russian Federation (Tatarstan) - 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 Russian Federation (Tatarstan)



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New Year's Day*Thursday January 1, 2015Secular holiday 
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2nd JanuaryFriday January 2, 2015Secular holiday 
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Bank HolidaySaturday January 3, 2015Secular holiday 
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Bank HolidaySunday January 4, 2015Secular holiday 
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Bank HolidayMonday January 5, 2015Secular holiday 
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Bank HolidayTuesday January 6, 2015Secular holiday 
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Orthodox Christmas Day*Wednesday January 7, 2015Orthodox 
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new year holiday (end)**Friday January 9, 2015School holidays 
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Orthodox New Year**Wednesday January 14, 2015cards/flowers 
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Defence of the Motherland*Monday February 23, 2015Secular holiday 
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Public holidayTuesday February 24, 2015Secular holiday 
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Special Forces Day*Friday February 27, 2015Events, celebrations... 
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New Year's Day -
Sunday January 1, 2017

Secular holiday : The world's most widely celebrated holiday, New Years was set on January 1 by Julius Caesar because that was the date the Roman consuls took over their duties.


2nd January -
Monday January 2, 2017

Secular holiday :


Bank Holiday -
Tuesday January 3, 2017

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Bank Holiday -
Wednesday January 4, 2017

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Bank Holiday -
Thursday January 5, 2017

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Bank Holiday -
Friday January 6, 2017

Secular holiday :


Orthodox Christmas Day -
Saturday January 7, 2017

Orthodox : The difference in Christmas celebrations stretches back to 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII ruled the Catholic Church should follow a new calendar – called the Gregorian calendar, more in sync with the sun than the Julian calendar. The Julian calendar was established by Julius Caesar in 46 B.C. Because it was the pope who ruled on it, many churches not in sync with the Vatican ignored it, Protestants and Eastern Orthodox among them. Protestants accepted the new calendar in the early 1700s. In 1922, the patriarch of Constantinople decided to follow the new Gregorian calendar in observance of Christmas, but not for Easter. His lead was followed by many other Orthodox churches. The only Orthodox churches that observe the Jan. 7 date are the Russian Orthodox Church, the Ukrainian churches, the Serbs and the Mt. Athos monks in Greece,


New year holiday (end) -
Monday January 9, 2017

School holidays (please double check) : God-kozy.ru Official Russian Schedule confirmed till June 2018


Orthodox New Year -
Sunday January 14, 2018

cards/flowers : The Roman Era year of 2755 begins on January 14, 2003. During the 20th and 21st centuries, this is the New Year's Day (January 1st) for the Julian calendar. Some Eastern Orthodox churches still celebrate New Year's on this day May only be observed by the local Orthodox community.


Defence of the Motherland -
Thursday February 23, 2017

Secular holiday : First celebrated in 1919 the holiday marks the date in 1918 during the Russian Civil War when the first mass draft into the Red Army occurred in Petrograd and Moscow. In January 1919 it was decided to combine the celebration that day with the anniversary of the publication of the decree on the establishment of the Red Army (of 18 February 1918). Since then it stayed that day. In 1923 it was officially named the Day of the Red Army and the Navy.[1] In 1949, it was renamed Soviet Army and Navy Day. Following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the holiday was given its current name in 2002. [Wikipedia]


Public holiday -
Friday February 24, 2017

Secular holiday :


Special Forces Day -
Monday February 27, 2017

Culture : To celebrate the military operation to seize the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in 2014