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Public Holidays of Iran

Thursday, November 5, 2009 - 17:46

6 Jan Tassoua.
7 Jan Ashura.
8 Jan Eid-e Ghadir Khom.
9 Feb Victory of Islamic Revolution.
16 Feb Arbaeen.
24 Feb Demise of Prophet Mohammad.
26 Feb Martyrdom of Imam Reza.
15 Mar Birthday of the Prophet Mohammad.
19 Mar Nationalisation of Oil Industry Day.
21 Mar Navruz.
8 Aug Birthday Imam Ali.
20 Jul Prophet Mohammad receives his calling.
9 Sep Birthday Imam Mahdi.
21 Sep Eid-e Fitr (Ramadan Ends).
15 Oct Martyrdom Imam Ali.
28 Nov Eid-e Ghorban.
18 Dec Islamic New Year.
27 Dec Ashura.



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