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There are approximately sixteen nationally recognized public holidays in Eritrea, a country in the Horn of Africa. The primary national holiday is Independence Day (24/05), Martyrs Day (20/06) and Revolution Day (September 1st - 01/09). Other commemorative public holidays include Fenkil Day -- commemorating the Battle of Massawa (February 10 - 10/02) and Afabet Day -- commemorating the Battle of Afabet (20/03). Additional holidays follow the calendar of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church and the two holy Eids (Eid Aladaha and Eid Al-Fitir) Muslim holidays are observed as public holidays in Eritrea.

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  • There are approximately sixteen nationally recognized public holidays in Eritrea, a country in the Horn of Africa. The primary national holiday is Independence Day (24/05), Martyrs Day (20/06) and Revolution Day (September 1st - 01/09). Other commemorative public holidays include Fenkil Day -- commemorating the Battle of Massawa (February 10 - 10/02) and Afabet Day -- commemorating the Battle of Afabet (20/03). Additional holidays follow the calendar of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church and the two holy Eids (Eid Aladaha and Eid Al-Fitir) Muslim holidays are observed as public holidays in Eritrea.
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  • There are approximately sixteen nationally recognized public holidays in Eritrea, a country in the Horn of Africa. The primary national holiday is Independence Day (24/05), Martyrs Day (20/06) and Revolution Day (September 1st - 01/09). Other commemorative public holidays include Fenkil Day -- commemorating the Battle of Massawa (February 10 - 10/02) and Afabet Day -- commemorating the Battle of Afabet (20/03). Additional holidays follow the calendar of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church and the two holy Eids (Eid Aladaha and Eid Al-Fitir) Muslim holidays are observed as public holidays in Eritrea.
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