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Public holidays in Transnistria

Public holidays in Transnistria lists the official Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) and some shops, are closed. If the date of observance falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday will be a day off in lieu of the holiday.

Holidays
Date English Name Local Name Remarks
January 1 New Year Новый Год
January 2 New Year Новый Год (Continuation, adopted in 2006)
January 7 Orthodox Christmas Рождество
February 23 Day of the Defenders of the Motherland День защитника отечества
March 8 International Women's Day Восьмое марта
May 1 International Labor Day День международной солидарности трудящихся
May 2 International Labor Day День международной солидарности трудящихся (Continuation, and also a holiday)
May 9 Victory Day День Победы Denotes the victory against Germany in World War II
September 2 Independence Day День Республики
November 7 October Revolution Day День Октябрьской революции
December 24 Constitution Day День Конституции Приднестровской Молдавской Республики Adopted in 1996
December 25 Catholic Christmas Рождество
Movable Catholic Easter
Movable Orthodox Easter
9 days after Orthodox Easter Commemoration Day
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