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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_holidays_in_Argentina

The following are the National public holidays and other observances of Argentina. Though holidays of many faiths are respected, public holidays usually include most Catholic based holidays. Historic holidays include the celebration of the May Revolution (25 May), Independence Day (9 July), National Flag Day (20 June) ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/holidays-festivals-argentina-3959.html

The South American nation of Argentina is filled with holidays and traditions passed down from generation to generation. Because a large majority of the Argentine population is Roman Catholic, many ...

www.officeholidays.com/countries/argentina/index.php

List of National Public Holidays celebrated in Argentina during 2017 with information on the meaning of the holidays.

discover.vamospanish.com/argentina-holidays

Jul 19, 2017 ... Holidays in Argentina are very important times to be around loved ones. While there are many holidays celebrated in similar tradition all around the world, there are some traditions that may be unique to Argentina. A good background to know before we get into the details of the holidays is that 92% of the ...

www.timeanddate.com/holidays/argentina

Overview of holidays and many observances in Argentina during the year 2017.

www.iexplore.com/articles/travel-guides/central-and-south-america/argentina/festivals-and-events

Discover Argentina Holidays, Festivals and Traditions.

worldlyrise.blogspot.com/2012/05/argentina-holidays-and-celebrations.html

May 7, 2012 ... ARGENTINA: HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS. There are a lot of holidays that celebrate the country or a national event in Argentine history. There are of course holidays and celebrations that reflect the large Roman Catholic population as well. January 1. New Years Day. There are several traditions ...

www.southamericaliving.com/argentina-living-abroad-guide-holidays-dates

Holidays & Dates in Argentina. A list of public holidays in Argentina. During these times banks and most businesses will most likely be closed. Also listed are religious holidays and other days of observance. Map of Argentina. Ceibo - the National Flower of Argentina. New Year's Day (Día de Año Nuevo) – January 1st; Truth ...

news.southamerica.travel/top-5-festivals-in-argentina

Mar 4, 2016 ... The largest celebrations take place during weekends and the actual Carnival dates (normally four days at the end of February / early March) when Argentineans get two days of National Holidays and go out to celebrate. Although the festival is not as big as Rio de Janeiro´s version of it, you can expect large ...