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Argentina’s holidays in 2022 will have 19 working days in addition to 11 non-working days. See if you can discover what they are!

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Vacation days in Argentina are scheduled to be 20 in 2022, with an additional 11 days off. See if you can identify them

Even though the Christmas season is past, it may be tough to shake off the exhaustion collected over such a long period of time. It is because of this that Argentina will be closed for the holidays in 2022.

This year in Argentina, there will be a total of 19 holidays—including fixed, moveable, and tourism holidays—as well as 11 non-working days for religious adherents of various faiths.

Vacation and non-working days in Argentina in 2022

Holidays and non-working days in Argentina 2022

January 1 – New Years

February 28 and March 1 – Carnival

March 24 – National Day of Memory for Truth and Justice

April 2 – Veteran and Memorial Day in the Malvinas war

April 14 – Holy Thursday (non-working)

April 15 – Good Friday

April 16, 17, 22 and 23 – Passover (non-working for those who profess the Jewish religion)

April 24 – Day of Action for Tolerance and Respect among Peoples (non-working for public employees and officials and students of Armenian origin)

May 1 – Labor Day

May 2 – Feast of the Breaking of the Fast of the Holy Month of Ramadan (non-working for those who profess the Islamic religion)

May 25 – May Revolution Day

June 17 – Day of the Passage to the Immortality of General Martín Miguel de Güemes

June 20 – Day of the Passage to Immortality of General Manuel Belgrano

July 9 – Argentine Independence Day and Feast of the Sacrifice

July 30 – Islamic New Year (non-working for those who profess the Islamic religion)

August 15 – Day of the Passage to the Immortality of General José de San Martín (It is celebrated on the 17th, but it is moved to August 15)

September 26 and 27 – Jewish New Year (non-working for those who profess the Jewish religion)

October 5 – Day of Atonement (non-working for those who profess the Jewish religion)

October 7 – Holiday for tourist purposes

October 10 – Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity (It is celebrated on the 12th, but it is moved to October 10)

November 20 – National Sovereignty Day

November 21 – Holiday for tourist purposes

December 8 – Immaculate Conception of Mary

December 9 – Holiday for tourist purposes

December 25 – Christmas

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