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Azerbajdzjan - helgdagar i världen - 1970-2070

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Fullständig kalender över världens helgdagar (dagar då bankerna är stängda), från 1970 fram till 2070 for Azerbajdzjan



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Namn Datum Typ Mer
Kvinnor DagOnsdag 8 Mars, 2017Sekulär semester 
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Regional helgdag**Måndag 20 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Regional helgdag**Tisdag 21 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Musikfestival**Onsdag 22 Mars, 2017Speciella evenemang 
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Regional helgdag**Onsdag 22 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Noruz (beginning)Onsdag 22 Mars, 2017Skollov, förutom de ovan nämnda bankfridagarna (kan variera mellan olika distrikt) 
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Regional helgdag**Torsdag 23 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Regional helgdag**Fredag 24 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Regional helgdag**Lördag 25 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Noruz (end)Lördag 25 Mars, 2017Skollov, förutom de ovan nämnda bankfridagarna (kan variera mellan olika distrikt) 
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Regional helgdag**Söndag 26 Mars, 2017Zoroastrian 
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Sommartid/Vintertid*Fredag 31 Mars, 2017Extraordinära händelser 
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Minnesdag för*Fredag 31 Mars, 2017Speciella evenemang 
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Kvinnor Dag -
Fredag 8 Mars, 2019

Sekulär semester :


Regional helgdag -
Onsdag 20 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Regional helgdag -
Lördag 21 Mars, 2020

Zoroastrian : Noruz - nej betyder ny och rouz betyder dag på persiska. Firar nyår i Iran och olika centralasiatiska länderna (liksom bland kurderna). Betraktas som början av Bahá'í år. I Turkiet, Irak och Syrien, bara firade med kurdiska befolkningen


Musikfestival -
Fredag 22 Mars, 2019

kultur : Dedicated to Mugam a complex form of music lasts 1 week - in Baku - 2019 edition confirmed


Regional helgdag -
Fredag 22 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Noruz (beginning) -
Fredag 22 Mars, 2019

Skollovens :


Regional helgdag -
Lördag 23 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Regional helgdag -
Söndag 24 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Regional helgdag -
Måndag 25 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Noruz (end) -
Måndag 25 Mars, 2019

Skollovens :


Regional helgdag -
Tisdag 26 Mars, 2019

Zoroastrian : no means new and rouz means day in Persian. Celebrates new year in Iran and various Central Asian countries (as well as among the Kurds). Considered as the beginning of the Baha'í year. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Sommartid/Vintertid -
Söndag 31 Mars, 2019

Extraordinära händelser : At 1:00 am local times


Minnesdag för -
Söndag 31 Mars, 2019

kultur : Refers to the consequences of the dismemberment of the Azerbaijani people and the division of its historical lands following the treaties of Gyulistan and Turkmanchai (1813 and 1828).