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Bosnia Declares 10 Days Of Public Holidays In January

Source: Onasa News Agency (MRT)
Posted: Monday, December 25, 2006

The Serb part of Bosnia Herzegovina, the Republika Srpska, has announced 10 non-working public holidays in January 2007.

These will be January 1-2 (Western New Year), then 6-7-8 (Orthodox Chistmas), then 14-15 (Orthodox New Year), and finally the religious public holidays of Orthodox Epiphany (January 19) and Saint Sava (January 27).

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