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U.S. Embassy Pristina Holidays

The U.S. Embassy Pristina will be closed for the following holidays during the year 2014.

DateHoliday NameType

January 1

New Year's Day

American/Local

January 2

New Year's Day

 Local

January 7

Christmas (Orthodox)

Local

January 20

Martin Luther King Birthday

American

February 17

President's Day

 American

February 17

Kosovo Independence Day 

Local

April 9

Kosovo Constitution Day

Local

April 21

Easter Monday (Catholic)

Local

May 1

May Day

Local

May 9 Europe Day

Local

May 26

Memorial Day

American

July 4

Independence Day

American

July 28

Eid-Al-Fitr (Ramadan Bajram)

Local

September 1

Labor Day

American

October 6

Eid-Al-Addha (Kurban Bajram)

Local

October 13

Columbus Day 

American 

November 11

Veteran's Day

American

November 27

Thanksgiving Day

American

December 25

Christmas Day

American/Local

 

U.S. Embassy Skopje Holidays

The U.S. Embassy Skopje will be closed for the following holidays during the year 2014.

NumberMonthDayU.S and Macedonian Holidays
1January 1WednesdayNew Year’s Day
2January 7TuesdayOrthodox Christmas (M)
3January 20MondayBirthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. (U.S.)
4February 17MondayWashington’s Birthday (U.S.)
5April 20Sunday
Observed on Monday, April 21
Orthodox Easter (M)
6May 1ThursdayLabor Day (M)
7May 24SaturdaySaint Cyril and Methodius Day (M)
8May 26MondayMemorial Day  (U.S.)
9July 4FridayIndependence Day (U.S.)
10July 28MondayRamadan Bajram (M)
11August 2SaturdayIlinden Uprising Day  (M)
12September 1MondayLabor Day  (U.S.)
13September 8MondayIndependence Day (M)
14October 11SaturdayPeople’s Uprising Against Fascism (M)
15October 13MondayColumbus Day (U.S.)
16October 23ThursdayRevolutionary Struggle Day (M)
17November 11TuesdayVeterans  Day  (U.S.)
18November 27ThursdayThanksgiving Day (U.S.)
19December 8MondaySt. Clement of Ohrid Day (M)
20December 25ThursdayChristmas Day (U.S.

* When a Macedonian holiday falls on a weekend day, the Government of Macedonia usually issues a proclamation a few days before the holiday informing the public that a different day will be the “observed” holiday.