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Nazioni unite : giorni festivi, ferie nazionali, chiusura delle banche, vacanze scolastiche

Nazioni unite : calendario dei giorni festivi, chiusure di banche e borse, vacanze scolastiche, fiere, mostre, manifestazioni sportive e culturali, feste, carnevali, elezione nel corso dei prossimi 9 mesi

In accordance with General Assembly resolution 52/214 A of 22 December 1997 and decision 52/468 of 31 March 1998, the 10 official holidays for 2015 at Headquarters have been designated as follows, but in December 2015, By making Yom Kippur a UN holiday, Jewish UN workers can take the day off without taking a vacation day.

Nome Data Tipo Più
Capodanno**Mercoledí 1 Gennaio, 2020Ferie secolare 
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Giornata del PresidenteLunedí 17 Febbraio, 2020Ferie secolare 
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festa facoltativa*Venerdí 17 Aprile, 2020Ortodossa 
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Capodanno -
Mercoledí 1 Gennaio, 2020

Ferie secolare : La festività più celebrata nel mondo, il primo dell'anno fu stabilito da Giulio Cesare poiché corrispondeva alla data in cui i consoli romani entravano in carica. Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday

Giornata del Presidente -
Lunedí 17 Febbraio, 2020

Ferie secolare :

Festa facoltativa -
Venerdí 17 Aprile, 2020

Ortodossa : The bright red colored egg is the symbol of Easter (or Pascha) The eggs are colored on Holy Thursday after the Divine Liturgy. The Easter bread is taken to church on Saturday evening when a special sequence of services takes place: Midnight Office... After the service the clergy blesses the breads and eggs brought by the people and they take them home. The eggs are cracked after the midnight service and during the next days. One egg is cracked on the wall of the church (and this is the first egg eaten The ritual of cracking the eggs takes place before the Easter lunch. Each person selects his/her egg. Then people take turns tapping their egg against the eggs of others, and the person who ends up with the last unbroken egg is believed to have a year of good luck