Source:The Almanac Office at University of Helsinki (private communication from Heikki Oja)
Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
A new, April 8, annual festival day has been approved in Finland to commemorate International Romani Day (Romanien kansallispäivä).
This new annual festival day (Romernas nationaldag, in Swedish) will not be a new annual non-working public holiday, but rather a so-called black letter day, though not a Finnish flag day.
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