Argentina Holidays 2023 and Observances 2023

Get here the updated list of Argentina Holidays 2023 and Observances 2023.

Date Name Type
1 January, Sunday New Year’s Day National Holiday
20 February, Monday Carnival / Shrove Monday National Holiday
21 February, Tuesday Carnival / Shrove Tuesday National Holiday
24 March, Friday Memorial Day National Holiday
2 April, Sunday Holiday for Day of the Veterans National Holiday
2 April, Sunday Day of the Veterans National Holiday
5 April, Wednesday Passover Eve Observance
6 April, Thursday Maundy Thursday National Holiday, Christian
6 April, Thursday First day of Passover Observance
7 April, Friday Good Friday National Holiday, Christian
7 April, Friday Second Day of Passover Observance
9 April, Sunday Easter Sunday Observance, Christian
11 April, Tuesday Sixth Day of Passover Observance
12 April, Wednesday Seventh Day of Passover Observance
13 April, Thursday Last day of Passover Observance
21 April, Friday End of Ramadan Muslim
24 April, Monday Action Day for Tolerance and Respect between People Observance
1 May, Monday Labor Day / May Day National Holiday
25 May, Thursday National Day/May 1810 Revolution National Holiday
17 June, Saturday Commemoration of General Don Martín Miguel de Güemes National Holiday
20 June, Tuesday Flag Day National Holiday
29 June, Thursday Eid al-Adha Muslim
9 July, Sunday Independence day National Holiday
19 July, Wednesday Muharram/New Year Muslim
21 August, Monday San Martín Day National Holiday
15 September, Friday Rosh Hashana Eve Hebrew
16 September, Saturday Rosh Hashana Hebrew
17 September, Sunday Second day of Rosh Hashana Hebrew
24 September, Sunday Yom Kippur Eve Hebrew
25 September, Monday Yom Kippur Hebrew
9 October, Monday Day of respect for cultural diversity National Holiday
20 November, Monday National Sovereignty Day National Holiday
8 December, Friday Feast of the Immaculate Conception National Holiday
25 December, Monday Christmas Day National Holiday, Christian
31 December, Sunday New Year’s Eve Observance

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