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Germany 2019 Public Holidays Announced

Source: Deutsche Bundesbank (Frankfurt)
Posted: Monday, October 1, 2018
Most recent follow-up news item: October 9, 2020


The German Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) has published its annual list of the 2019 federal and regional non-working public holidays in Germany as well as the list of 2019 bank holidays in Germany.

As usual (2017-09-13, 2016-09-04, 2014-08-17, 2013-07-26, 2012-08-27, 2011-08-31 and 2010-08-26), the aforementioned announcement also includes TARGET 2 holidays and the additional non-business days of the Deutsche Bundesbank, as well as the list of the 2019 federal and regional non-working public holidays in Germany.

Recall that, since the 2018 German public holidays were announced, a year ago, Reformation Day was declared a new annual public holiday in the Länder of Bremen (2018-06-14), Lower Saxony (2018-06-13), Hamburg, (2018-03-01), and Schleswig-Holstein (2018-02-23), following the calendar year 2017, when Reformation Day was declared a one-off national public holiday, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his ninety-five theses on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg (2016-09-04, 2015-10-08, 2014-09-16, 2013-12-12, 2013-08-13, 2013-06-04, 2013-05-17, 2013-05-15, 2013-05-01, 2013-03-14, 2013-03-08, 2013-01-25, 2013-01-10, 2012-12-13).



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