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Public holidays in Somaliland

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Public holidays in Somaliland

The holidays in Somaliland: Somaliland uses two calendar systems: the Gregorian calendar primarily, but the Islamic calendar for religious holidays. Template:Culture of region

Date English name Local name Remarks
Gregorian calendar
1 May Labour Day
18 May–19 May Restoration of Somaliland Sovereignty
26 June Independence Day
Islamic lunar calendar
27 Rajab Muhammad's Ascension to Heaven Mi'raaj Nabi
1 Shawwal End of Ramadan Eid Ed Fitri
10 Dhul Hijja Eid Al Adha
1 Muharram Muslim New Year

See also

External links

  • Somaliland list of public holidays
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