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Feriados e comemorações em todo o mundo

Transdniestria-Rep. Mold. Dniestr - feriados no mundo - 1970-2070

Calendário repleto de feriados mundo (e bancos fecham dias), de 1970 até 2070 for Transdniestria-Rep. Mold. Dniestr




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Fim-de-semana: sábado e domingo

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Name Data Tipo Mais
Ano Novo, com exceção deDomingo 1 Janeiro, 2017Feriado secular 
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02-janeiroSegunda-feira 2 Janeiro, 2017Feriado secular 
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FeriadoTerça-feira 3 Janeiro, 2017Feriado secular 
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Dia do Natal Ortodoxo**Sábado 7 Janeiro, 2017Ortodoxa 
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Dia do Natal Ortodoxo**Domingo 8 Janeiro, 2017Ortodoxa 
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Ano Novo Ortodoxo (os bancos podem permanecer abertos)*Sábado 14 Janeiro, 2017Cartões/Flores 
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Dia dos DefensoresQuinta-feira 23 Fevereiro, 2017Feriado secular 
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Ano Novo, com exceção de -
Terça-feira 1 Janeiro, 2019

Feriado secular :


02-janeiro -
Terça-feira 2 Janeiro, 2018

Feriado secular :


Feriado -
Quarta-feira 3 Janeiro, 2018

Feriado secular :


Dia do Natal Ortodoxo -
Domingo 7 Janeiro, 2018

Ortodoxa : The difference in Christmas celebrations stretches back to 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII ruled the Catholic Church should follow a new calendar – called the Gregorian calendar, more in sync with the sun than the Julian calendar. The Julian calendar was established by Julius Caesar in 46 B.C. Because it was the pope who ruled on it, many churches not in sync with the Vatican ignored it, Protestants and Eastern Orthodox among them. Protestants accepted the new calendar in the early 1700s. In 1922, the patriarch of Constantinople decided to follow the new Gregorian calendar in observance of Christmas, but not for Easter. His lead was followed by many other Orthodox churches. The only Orthodox churches that observe the Jan. 7 date are the Russian Orthodox Church, the Ukrainian churches, the Serbs and the Mt. Athos monks in Greece, Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Dia do Natal Ortodoxo -
Segunda-feira 8 Janeiro, 2018

Ortodoxa : The difference in Christmas celebrations stretches back to 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII ruled the Catholic Church should follow a new calendar – called the Gregorian calendar, more in sync with the sun than the Julian calendar. The Julian calendar was established by Julius Caesar in 46 B.C. Because it was the pope who ruled on it, many churches not in sync with the Vatican ignored it, Protestants and Eastern Orthodox among them. Protestants accepted the new calendar in the early 1700s. In 1922, the patriarch of Constantinople decided to follow the new Gregorian calendar in observance of Christmas, but not for Easter. His lead was followed by many other Orthodox churches. The only Orthodox churches that observe the Jan. 7 date are the Russian Orthodox Church, the Ukrainian churches, the Serbs and the Mt. Athos monks in Greece, Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Ano Novo Ortodoxo (os bancos podem permanecer abertos) -
Segunda-feira 14 Janeiro, 2019

Cartões/Flores : Rússia Soviética adoptou oficialmente o calendário gregoriano em 1918. Mas a Igreja Ortodoxa Russa continuam a usar o calendário juliano. Somente a comunidade ortodoxa


Dia dos Defensores -
Sexta-feira 23 Fevereiro, 2018

Feriado secular :