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Brazil (Rio Grande do Norte) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

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Full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for Brazil (Rio Grande do Norte)



Internet domain: .br - Telephone code: 55 - International dialing code: 0014
- GMT offset: see each related State (DST: yes)
Currency: Real (BRL) ... Convert here!
Week-end : samedi et dimanche

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Portuguese (160 million speakers in 7 countries) ...
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optional holiday*Monday June 11, 2018Catholic 
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winter holiday (beginning)Tuesday June 19, 2018School holidays 
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winter holiday (end)Friday July 6, 2018School holidays 
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Independence Day**Friday September 7, 2018National Day 
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Optional holiday -
Thursday June 11, 2020

Catholic : Corpus Cristi


Winter holiday (beginning) -
Friday June 19, 2020

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Winter holiday (end) -
Monday July 6, 2020

School holidays :


Independence Day -
Monday September 7, 2020

Secular holiday : In 1807, Napoleon's army marched on Lisbon. Two days before the invasion, the Portuguese Prince Regent set sail for Brazil. On arrival, he made Rio de Janeiro the capital of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarve; Brazil became the only New World colony to serve as the seat of a European monarch. In 1822 the Prince Regent's son, who had been left behind to rule the colony when his father returned to Portugal, pulled out his sword and yelled the battle cry 'Independência ou morte!' (independence or death). Portugal was too weak to fight its favourite son, so Brazil became an independent empire without spilling a drop of blood.