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Public Holidays in Iceland

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Year 2012

January 1
New Year's Day
January 4
Christmas holiday (end)
March 30
spring holiday (beginning)
April 5
Maundy ThursdayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 6
Good FridayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 9
Easter MondayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 11
spring holiday (end)
April 19
First Day of Summer (banks may remain open)
May 1
Labor Day/May Day
May 17
AscensionReligious - Catholic or protestant
May 28
Whit MondayReligious - Catholic or protestant
June 7
summer holiday (beginning)
June 17
Proclamation of the RepublicNational Day
August 6
Commerce Day
August 22
summer holiday (end)
November 1
autumn holiday (beginning)
December 20
Christmas holiday (beginning)
December 24
Christmas Eve (1/2 day)
December 25
Christmas DayReligious - Catholic or protestant
December 26
St Stephen's DayReligious - Catholic or protestant
December 31
New Year's Eve (half day)

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