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Iran (Islamic Republic of) - 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 Iran (Islamic Republic of)



Iran holds a world record as far as of non working days (132 yearly, week-ends incl.).
Internet domain: .ir - Telephone code: +98 - International dialing code: 00 - GMT offset: +3:30 (DST: no)
Currency: Rial (IRR) ... Convert here!
Week-end: Thursday afternoon & Friday




Name Date Kind
Martyrdom of Fatima*Sunday January 6, 2019Secular holiday 
School holidays**Thursday January 10, 2019School holidays 
Revolution Day*Monday February 11, 2019Secular holiday 
Birthday of Imam Ali*Friday February 15, 2019Muslim, Sufi 
Ascension of MohammedFriday March 1, 2019Muslim, Sufi 
Arbor Day*Monday March 4, 2019cards/flowers 
Arbor DayTuesday March 5, 2019Events, celebrations... 
new year holiday (beginning)Sunday March 17, 2019School holidays 
Birthday of Imam Mahdi*Monday March 18, 2019Secular holiday 
Oil Nationalization day*Wednesday March 20, 2019Secular holiday 
Noruz*Thursday March 21, 2019Zoroastrian 
Daylight Saving TimeThursday March 21, 2019Special Events 
Noruz*Friday March 22, 2019Zoroastrian 
Noruz*Saturday March 23, 2019Zoroastrian 
Noruz*Sunday March 24, 2019Zoroastrian 
Yalda Night*Friday December 20, 2019Events, celebrations... 

Martyrdom of Fatima -
Thursday January 6, 2022

Secular holiday : Prophet Mohammad's daughter and one of the most inspiring figures for Shiite Muslims. Fatima died in the holy city of Medina in current Saudi Arabia. Shiites believe that she died while trying to protect her husband Imam Ali from his enemies. That's why they regard her as a martyr. The exact place of her burial still remains a mystery after more than 14 centuries.


School holidays -
Monday January 10, 2022

School holidays : Http://www.medu.ir
official calendar gazetted by the Ministry of Education
weekend: Thursday-Friday
girls and boys are not educated together
Number of instructional days: 185 (theoretical); 167 (real)
University of Tehran ranking: Times Higher Education #4501-600/QS ranking #601-650/Shanghai #301-400

Dates 2021 NOT CONFIRMED due to Covid epidemics

In Tehran, schools may close many days due to pollution
Please note that authorities may take last-minute decisions; please double-check if this information is vital to you
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Revolution Day -
Friday February 11, 2022

Secular holiday : Celebrates the overthrow of the Shah in 1979 www.cbi.ir


Birthday of Imam Ali -
Tuesday February 15, 2022

Muslim, Sufi : Ali ibn Abi Talib (599 - 661) is an early Islamic leader. He is seen by Sunni Muslims as the last of the four Rightly Guided Caliphs. Shi'a Muslims consider him the First Imam appointed by the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the first rightful caliph. Ali was the cousin of Muhammad, and after marriage to Fatima Zahra, he also became Muhammad's son-in-law. Wikipedia


Ascension of Mohammed -
Tuesday March 1, 2022

Muslim, Sufi :


Arbor Day -
Friday March 4, 2022

cards/flowers : Tree-planting day


Arbor Day -
Saturday March 5, 2022

Culture :


New year holiday (beginning) -
Thursday March 17, 2022

School holidays :


Birthday of Imam Mahdi -
Friday March 18, 2022

Secular holiday : Muhammad al-Mahdī (born 868) is the twelfth and final Shi'a Imam. He is the person believed by Shi'as to be the Mahdi; a figure considered by both Sunnis and Shias to be the ultimate saviour of humankind. Shi'as believe that he was born in 868 and has been hidden by God to later emerge to fulfill his mission. They believe that in the future he will bring absolute peace and justice throughout the world by establishing Islam as the global religion. Wikipedia


Oil Nationalization day -
Sunday March 20, 2022

Secular holiday : In March, 1951, Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, a nationalist, received the vote required from the Iranian parliament to nationalize the British-owned oil corporation, Anglo Iran Oil Company, in a situation known as the Abadan Crisis. Despite British pressure, including an economic blockade which caused real hardship, the nationalization continued. In 1954 it was suspended by the Shah, who in 1973 re-nationalized oil. http://www.cbi.ir


Noruz -
Monday March 21, 2022

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year.


Daylight Saving Time -
Monday March 21, 2022

Special Events :


Noruz -
Tuesday March 22, 2022

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year.


Noruz -
Wednesday March 23, 2022

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year.


Noruz -
Thursday March 24, 2022

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year.


Yalda Night -
Monday December 20, 2021

Culture : The longest and darkest night of the year is a time when friends and family gather together to eat, drink and read poetry (especially Hafez) until well after midnight. Fruits and nuts are eaten and pomegranates and watermelons are particularly significant. The red color in these fruits symbolizes the crimson hues of dawn and glow of life. The poems of Divan-e-Hafez, which can be found in the bookcases of most Iranians families, are intermingled with peoples' life and are read or recited during various occasions like this festival and at Nowruz. [Wikipedia]