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Public Holidays in Peru

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Year 2012

DateHolidayComment
January 1
(Sunday)
New Year's Day
January 2
(Monday)
Civil Servants holiday
February 13
(Monday)
Public holiday
February 14
(Tuesday)
Public holiday
February 27
(Monday)
summer holiday (end)
April 4
(Wednesday)
fall holiday (beginning)
April 5
(Thursday)
Maundy ThursdayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 6
(Friday)
Good FridayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 19
(Thursday)
fall holiday (end)
April 30
(Monday)
Civil Servants holiday
May 1
(Tuesday)
Labor Day/May Day
June 29
(Friday)
St Peter & St PaulReligious - Catholic or protestant
July 14
(Saturday)
winter holiday (beginning)
July 28
(Saturday)
Independence DayNational Day
July 29
(Sunday)
Independence Day (second day)National Day
August 6
(Monday)
winter holiday (end)
September 14
(Friday)
mid-term holiday (beginning)
September 24
(Monday)
mid-term holiday (end)
October 8
(Monday)
Battle of Angamos
October 26
(Friday)
spring holiday (beginning)
November 1
(Thursday)
All Saints' DayReligious - Catholic
November 2
(Friday)
Civil Servants holiday
November 5
(Monday)
spring holiday (end)
December 8
(Saturday)
Immaculate ConceptionReligious - Catholic
December 19
(Wednesday)
summer holiday (beginning)
December 24
(Monday)
Civil Servants holiday
December 25
(Tuesday)
Christmas DayReligious - Catholic or protestant
December 31
(Monday)
Civil Servants holiday




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