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Lebanon Public Holidays 2013 Calendar

Lebanon will enjoy 23 Public, National, and Bank holidays in 2013. The national public holiday for Lebanon is the Independence Day on 22nd Nov. The majority of the country observe Saterday and Sunday for the weekend, some Sunni, most Druze and Shi’ats observes Thursday and Friday for the weekend. The official Government offices and districts opens on Saterday untill afternoon only and closes all Sunday.

We hope that you will enjoy your 2013 Lebanese holidays, and remember to book for hotels or flights in advance for a cheaper bargain, since last min bookings can go really high.

Here is a List of Lebanese Public Holidays 2013 Calendar


New Year’s Day
Tue 1/Jan/2013

Armenian Orthodox Christmas
Sun 6/Jan/2013

Mawlid al-Nabi (Birth of the Prophet Muhammad)
Thu 24/Jan/2013

St. Maroun’s Day
Sat 9/Feb/2013

Rafik Hariri Memorial Day

Feast of the Annunciation
Mon 25/Mar/2013

Good Friday
Fri 29/Mar/2013

Easter Sunday
Sun 31/Mar/2013

Easter Monday
Mon 1/Apr/2013 (Banks)

Orthodox Good Friday
Fri 3/May/2013

Labour Day
Tue 1/May/2013

Orthodox Easter
Sun 5/May/2013

Orthodox Easter Monday
Mon 6/May/2013 (Banks)

Martyrs’ Day
Mon 6/May/2013

Resistance and Liberation Day
Sat 25/May/2013

Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)
Wed 7/Aug/2013
Thu 8/Aug/2013 (Bnk & Gov)

Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)
Mon 14/Oct/2013
Tue 15/Oct/2013 (Bnk & Gov)
Wed 16/Oct/2013 (Gov)

Assumption Day

Islamic New Year
Mon 4/Nov/2013

Thu 14/Nov/2013

Independence Day
Fri 22/Nov/2013

Christmas Day
Wed 25/Dec/2013

Bank Holiday
Thu 26/Dec/2013 (Banks)

Disclaimer: Please note that due to last minute change in public holidays, we can not and will not be held responsible for any error or change in the above Lebanese 2013 public holidays calendar. In-order to confirm the above calendar, we advise you to find and contact the Embassy or consulate of Lebanon.

Wish you a happy and pleasant Lebanese holidays 2013 :)

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