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These are the holidays, holidays and bridges in Argentina for 2023

2022-12-28T17:14:21.960Z


Argentines will have plenty of opportunities to schedule breaks in 2023: this year there will be 19 holidays, including immovable, portable and tourist days


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(CNN Spanish) -- 

Argentina welcomes a new year full of holidays that will provide a break for those with accumulated fatigue.

And it is that there will be plenty of space to schedule breaks: this year there will be 19 holidays, including immovable, portable and tourist days.

In addition, there will also be non-working days for faithful of different religions.

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2023 will have four weekends of four days each, from February 8 to February 21, from May 25 to 28, from June 17 to 20 and from October 13 to 16, which will be the perfect opportunity to plan a long trip.

Here is the official list:

Holidays and non-working days in Argentina 2023

January

Sunday 1 —

 New Year

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February

Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 —

 Carnival

March

Friday 24 —

 National Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice

April

Sunday 2 —

 Veteran's Day and Memorial Day in the Falklands War

Wednesday 5 to Friday 07 —

Jewish Passover first days (non-working days for those who profess the Jewish religion)

Friday 7 —

Good Friday (non-working)

Tuesday 11 to Thursday 13 —

Jewish Passover last days (non-working days for those who profess the Jewish religion)

Friday 21 —

 Feast of the Breaking of the Fast of the Holy Month of Ramadan (non-working for those who profess the Islamic religion)

Monday 24 —

 Day of Action for Tolerance and Respect among Peoples (non-working day for public employees and officials and students of Armenian origin)

May

Monday 1 —

 Labor Day

Thursday 25 —

 Day of the May Revolution

Friday 26 —

Tourist holiday

June

Saturday 17 —

 Day of the Passage to Immortality of General Martín Miguel de Güemes

Monday 19 —

Tourist holiday

Tuesday 20 —

 Day of the Passage to Immortality of General Manuel Belgrano

July

Sunday 9 —

 Argentine Independence Day and Feast of Sacrifice

Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 —

Islamic New Year (non-working for those who profess the Islamic religion)

August

Monday 21 —

Passage to the Immortality of General José de San Martín (Celebrated on the 17th, but moved to the 21st)

September

Friday 15 to Sunday 17 —

 Jewish New Year (non-working for those who profess the Jewish religion)

Sunday 24 to Monday 25 —

 Forgiveness Day (non-working day for those who profess the Jewish religion)

October

Friday the 13th —

Tourist holiday

Monday 16 —

Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity (Celebrated on 12, but moved to 16)

November

Monday 20 —

 National Sovereignty Day

December

Friday 8—

Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary

Monday 25 —

 Christmas

Source: cnnespanol

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