Public holidays in Monaco
|Date||English name||French name||Notes|
|1 January||New Year's Day||Le jour de l’An||If this day falls on a Sunday, the next day will be a will be a statutory holiday.|
|27 January||Saint Devota's Day||La Sainte Dévote|
|1 May||May Day||Le 1er mai||Celebration of the first day of May|
|May||Ascension Day||L’Ascension||The Thursday 40 days after Easter|
|June||Whit Monday||Le lundi de Pentecôte||50 days after Easter|
|June||Corpus Christi||La Fête Dieu||The Thursday 60 days after Easter|
|15 August||Assumption Day||L'Assomption de Marie|
|1 November||All Saints Day||La Toussaint||If this day falls on a Sunday, the next day will be a will be a statutory holiday.|
|19 November||National Day||La Fête du Prince||The reigning prince chooses the day that will be National Day.
If this day falls on a Sunday, the next day will be a will be a statutory holiday.
|8 December||The Immaculate Conception||L’Immaculée Conception|
|25 December||Christmas Day||Noël||If this day falls on a Sunday, the next day will be a will be a statutory holiday.|
Other public holidays
At times, other public holidays are declared for certain occasions. The birth of Prince Albert II's twins, Princess Gabriella and Jacques, Hereditary Prince of Monaco, has been celebrated in a similar fashion to National Day and 7 January 2015 was declared a public holiday.
- Public holidays, Monaco Government website
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