Public Holidays in Uskor

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The Commonwealth of Zealandia has fifteen national holidays. Some of the holidays are declared as public holidays in which non essential work is not permitted.

Date English name Swedish name Remarks
1st January New Year's Day Nyårsdagen Celebrates the first day of the new year
26th January Invasion Day Invasionendag Not a holiday as such but a public memorial to the British invasion of Australia in 1788.
28th February Zealandia Day Zeelandiensdag Marks the day that Zealandia was founded.
8th March International Women's Day Internationella kvinnodagen Celebrates the women's liberation movement.
11th April Revolution Day Revolutionsdag Holiday celebrating the Red April Revolution
25 April ANZAC Day ANZACdagen Commemorates the working class soldiers of the ANZACs (also a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand).
1 May International Workers Day Arbetarnas dag A day commemorating the struggle of the international working classes and workers.
9 May Victory Day Segerdagen Celebrates the victory in Europe over Nazi forces
Movable Winter Solstice Vintersolståndet Celebrates the winter solstice.
27th August People's Assembly Day Folktingdag A festival commemorating the People's Assembly each year.
7th November Red October Revolution Day Oktoberrevolutionendagen Celebrates the Red October Revolution
24th December Christmas Eve Julafton The day before Christmas.
25th December Christmas Jul Commemorating the birth of the Christian deity Christ.
26th December Boxing Day Boxingdag Secular public holiday following the Christmas holiday.
31st December New Years Eve Nyårsafton A day of general merrymaking spent with loved ones or friends to celebrate the end of the year.

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