Official holidays in Egypt

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December 7, 2021

Official holidays in Egypt

Merry Christmas: January 7th. Police Day and January 25 Revolution Day: January 25. Islamic New Year: The first of Muharram according to the Hijri calendar The Prophet’s birthday: 12 Rabi’ al-Awwal in the Hijri calendar Taba Liberation Day: March 19 Sinai Liberation Day: April 25. Labor Day: May 1. Sham El-Nessim: The first from Bermuda in the Coptic calendar. June 30 Revolution: June 30 July 23 Revolution: July 23. Armed Forces Day: October 6th. Eid Al-Fitr: The first, second and third of Shawwal according to the Hijri calendar Standing in Arafat: the ninth of Dhul-Hijjah in the Hijri calendar Eid al-Adha: From the tenth to the third ten of Dhul-Hijjah in the Hijri calendar.

Christian occasions and holidays

They are the holidays and occasions that the Egyptian Christians celebrate, and they are in the Egyptian calendar Ancient Egyptian New Year: The first of the tut Merry Christmas: 29 Kiahk Epiphany Feast of the entry of Christ into the land of Egypt Feast of Christ's Entry into Jerusalem Holy Week The Glorious Feast of Resurrection: The last month of Baramhat Feast of the coming of the Holy Spirit Departure of the Virgin Pentecost Ascension Day

Islamic occasions and holidays

They are the holidays and occasions that the Egyptian Muslims celebrate, and they are in the Hijri calendar Islamic New Year: It is the beginning of the Hijri year, the first month of Muharram. Ashura Day: Ashura fasting according to the Sunnah and the killing of Hussein according to Shiites, the tenth of Muharram. The Prophet’s Birthday: The anniversary of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad bin Abdullah on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal. Eid al-Fitr: The first of the month of Shawwal. Eid al-Adha: 10-13 of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah. Israa and meraaj

Egyptian holidays

These are holidays and days that Egyptians of all sects celebrate Mother's Day: March 21 Feast of Wafaa al-Nil: August 15. Sham El-Nessim: It is in the first of Bermuda. St. Valentine's day science Day

Egyptian ceremonies and customs

Al-Sboua: A celebration of the newborn after reaching seven days of its birth. Henna night: a celebration that takes place for the bride in her family’s house on the night before her wedding night, and henna is engraved on her hands and feet.

Holidays stopped

Martyr's Day is an ancient Christian feast - Day 8 Bashans in the Coptic calendar

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