Public holidays in Ashukovo
In the Republic of Ashukovo, National Holidays are official nation-wide public holidays. National Holidays were established following the adoption of the S–001-04/05/20 bill by the Senate on 4 May 2020. At present, there are twelve Federal Holidays.
|Name in English
|Name in Ashukov
|Name in Russian
|New Year's Day
|Дэн Нова Година
|Celebrates the beginning of the new year.
|Дэн Православяска Боствска
|Celebrates Christmas on the Julian calendar.
|First President's Day
|Дэн Первого Прэзидэнта
|День Первого Президента
|Celebrates past Presidents; 31 January chosen because it is the birthday of Brooklyn Hewitt, first President of Ashukovo.
|Defender of the Fatherland Day
|День Защитника Отечество
|Celebrates the Ashukov Federal Armed Forces.
|Celebrates the day Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space.
|Celebrates Easter. Determined by the Eastern Orthodox Compt
|Celebrates the adoption of Ashukovo's constitution.
|Celebrates the ratification of the surrender of the Third Reich and the downfall of Fascism in Europe.
|Slavic Culture Day
|Дэн Славска Културы
|День Славянской Культуры
|Celebrates Slavic culture, which Ashukov culture is considered to be a branch of, and Pan-Slavism, a guiding ideology in Ashukov politics.
|Saint Constantine Day
|День Святого Константина
|Celebrates Roman Emperor Saint Constantine the Great.
|Day of the First Federation
|День Первой Федерации
|Celebrates the day the First Ashukov Federation was officially established, and Ashukov statehood came into existence.
|Russian Language Day
|День Русского Языка
|Celebrates the Russian language, which has been a co-official language since Ashukovo's foundation.
|Tsar Nicholas II Remembrance Day
|День Памяти Царя Николая II
|Commemorates the sacrifice made by Russia's last Tsar, Nicholas II, and his royal family.
|Day of Ashukov Unity
|День Ашуковского Единства
|Celebrates the Unity that the Ashukov people have maintained throughout the years.
|Celebrates the Confederation of Amager, Ashukovo's predecessor; 7 October chosen because it is the day when Amager gained an intermicronational presence.
|Catholico-Protestant Christmas Day
|Celebrates the birth of Christ on the Gregorian calendar.
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