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Azerbaijan - 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 Azerbaijan



Internet extension: .az - Telephone code: +994 - International dialing code: 00 - GMT offset: +4 (DST: yes)
Krasnaya Sloboda region observes Jewish celebrations

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New Year's DayThursday January 2, 2014Secular holiday 
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Public holidayFriday January 3, 2014Secular holiday 
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Public holidaySaturday January 4, 2014Secular holiday 
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winter holiday (end)*Thursday January 9, 2014School holidays 
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Martyrs' DayMonday January 20, 2014Secular holiday 
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winter holiday (beginning)Wednesday December 17, 2014School holidays 
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Day of Solidarity*Wednesday December 31, 2014Secular holiday 
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New Year's Day -
Monday January 2, 2017

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Public holiday -
Tuesday January 3, 2017

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Public holiday -
Wednesday January 4, 2017

Secular holiday :


Winter holiday (end) -
Monday January 9, 2017

School holidays (please double check) : Information provided by The International School of Azerbaijan www.tisa.az updated July 2015


Martyrs' Day -
Friday January 20, 2017

Secular holiday :


Winter holiday (beginning) -
Saturday December 17, 2016

School holidays (please double check) : http://www.qsi.org/azb/


Day of Solidarity -
Saturday December 31, 2016

Secular holiday : In November of 1989 in Nakhchivan (autonomous republic of the Republic of Azerbaijan), people destroyed watchtowers and barbed wires on the border with Iran. Relatives and compatriots living on both sides of the Araz River were able to communicate with each other for the fist time.