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Chile Public Holidays 2015

Check the 2015 public holidays list of Chile. Find 2015 holidays calendar of Chile. Check dates in year 2015 for Holy Saturday, National Labor Day, Glorias Navales Day, Anniversary Assault and Capture of Morro de Arica, San Pedro and Paul, Virgen del Carmen, Assumption of the Virgin, Birth Procer Independence, National Independence Day, Day of the Glories of the Army, National Day of the Evangelical and Protestant Churches, All Saints Day, Immaculate Conception of the Virgin in Chile. The following dates are observed as Public holidays in Chile.

Chile Public Holidays 2015
Sr.No. Month Date Weak Day Name
1 January 1 Thursday New Year’s Day
2 April 3 Friday Good Friday
3 April 4 Saturday Holy Saturday
4 May 1 Friday National Labor Day
5 May 21 Thursday Navy Day (Glorias Navales Day)
6 June 7 Sunday Anniversary Assault and Capture of Morro de Arica
7 June 29 Monday San Pedro and Paul
8 July 16 Thursday Virgen del Carmen
9 August 15 Saturday
Assumption of Mary
10 August 20 Thursday Birth Procer Independence
11 September 18 Friday National Independence Day
12 September 19 Saturday Army Day (Day of the Glories of the Army)
13 October 12 Monday Meeting Two Worlds
14 October 31 Saturday National Day of the Evangelical and Protestant Churches
15 November 1 Sunday All Saints Day
16 December 8 Tuesday Immaculate Conception of the Virgin
17 December 25 Friday
18 December 31 Thursday Public holiday weekend of the year

NOTES : for convenience, are omitted from the list on Sundays are holidays for the mere fact of being Sunday (remember that every Sunday of the year are holidays) and Saturdays are Bank holidays only to be sat (every Saturday are holidays bank).

New Year’s Day
New Year’s Day, which is on January 1, marks the start of the year in the Gregorian calendar. This holiday is celebrated in many countries worldwide. New Year’s Day marks the start of a new year according to the Gregorian calendar. It is a relatively modern practice. New Year’s Day celebrations vary widely across different cultures. Some children receive gifts on New Year’s Day in some countries.
Many Christians around the world observe Good Friday on the Friday before Easter Sunday. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s Passion, crucifixion and death, which is told in the Christian bible. It is the day after Maundy Thursday. Many people in different countries celebrate the anniversary of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and death on the Friday before Easter Sunday. This is an observance that involves people fasting and praying.
Holy Saturday
Holy Saturday commemorates the day that Jesus Christ lay in the tomb after his death, according to the Christian bible. It is the day after Good Friday and the day before Easter Sunday. It is also known as Easter Eve, Easter Even, Black Saturday, or the Saturday before Easter. Many Christians worldwide observe Holy Saturday by remembering it as the day when Jesus lay in the tomb. It is a day of both sadness and joy among Christians in many cultures.
National Labor Day
May Day, or Labor Day, is a public holiday in many countries worldwide. It usually occurs around May 1, but the date varies across countries. It is associated the start of spring as well as the celebration of workers. May Day ceremonies that stem from the traditional centuries-old May Day traditions are celebrated across the world. Labor Day stems from the efforts of the labor union movement to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers.
Virgen del Carmen
The Marian image of the Virgen del Carmen is a Catholic tradition brought from Spain to America in 1595 by the Augustinian brothers, who moved with it the first image. During the process of national emancipation, the figure was instituted historically as the “Patroness of Chile”. During the process of national emancipation, the figure was instituted historically as the “Patroness of Chile”.
Assumption of Mary
The feast day of the Assumption of Mary, also known as Assumption Day, celebrates the day that God assumed the Virgin Mary into Heaven following her death, according to popular Christian belief. It is the principal feast day of the Virgin Mother. It is celebrated annually on or around August 15 by many countries, particularly in parts of Europe and South America. Some countries celebrate the day at other times of the year. This day is also known as the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God, or the Feast of the Assumption.
National Independence Day
On September 18, 1810, Chile broke from Spanish rule, declaring their independence. This declaration eventually led to over a decade of violence and warring which did not end until the last royalist stronghold fell in 1826. September 18 is celebrated in Chile as Independence Day.
All Saints Day
All Saints’ Day, also known as All Hallows is celebrated on November 1 as a commemoration day for all saints. The first All Saints’ Day occurred on May 13 609 C.E. when Pope Boniface IV accepted the Pantheon in Rome as a gift from the Emperor Phocas.
Immaculate Conception of the Virgin
Many Christian communities around the world annually observe the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8. This day is a holy day of obligation in which many Christians, particularly of the Catholic faith, attend special church services for this occasion. Many Christians around the world, particularly those of the Catholic faith, mark the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in their diaries and calendars. Church services to honor this observance are held on or around December 8. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a public holiday in some places, such as Guam and Malta, so many people in these areas have a day off work or school.
chile public holidays 2015

chile public holidays 2015

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