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Public Holidays in Italy

My guide Last update 1 year ago
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As a predominantly Roman Catholic country, Italy observes numerous public holidays. National public holidays on which shops and offices remain closed are listed below.1 January: New Year's Day6 January: The Feast of the EpiphanyMarch/April: Easter and Easter Monday25 April: Liberation Day1 May: Labour Day15 August: The Assumption of the Holy Virgin 1 November: All Saints' Day8 December: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception25/26 December: Christmas
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