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Public Holidays in Sweden

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Year 2012

DateHolidayComment
January 1
(Sunday)
New Year's Day
January 6
(Friday)
EpiphanyReligious - Catholic or protestant
January 9
(Monday)
Christmas holiday (end)
February 17
(Friday)
winter holiday (beginning)
March 5
(Monday)
winter holiday (end)
April 5
(Thursday)
Easter holiday (beginning)
April 6
(Friday)
Good FridayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 9
(Monday)
Easter MondayReligious - Catholic or protestant
April 18
(Wednesday)
Easter holiday (end)
May 1
(Tuesday)
Labor Day/May Day
May 16
(Wednesday)
mid-term holiday (beginning)
May 17
(Thursday)
AscensionReligious - Catholic or protestant
May 21
(Monday)
mid-term holiday (end)
June 6
(Wednesday)
National DayNational Day
June 19
(Tuesday)
summer holiday (beginning)
June 23
(Saturday)
Midsummer's Day or Johannus Paiva in Finland
August 22
(Wednesday)
summer holiday (end)
October 19
(Friday)
autumn holiday (beginning)
November 5
(Monday)
autumn holiday (end)
December 21
(Friday)
Christmas holiday (beginning)
December 24
(Monday)
Christmas Eve
December 25
(Tuesday)
Christmas DayReligious - Catholic or protestant
December 26
(Wednesday)
St Stephen's DayReligious - Protestant


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