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January 1 and 2 - New Year
Slovenia celebrates the New Year with two days off. Fireworks light up the sky the night of December 31st, and concerts and performances are held to commemorate the changing of the calendar year. The historic center of Ljubljana is the place to be to enjoy the festivities to their fullest extent.
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February 8 - Day of Slovene CultureSlovenian culture is celebrated on February 8. The achievements of Slovenia's artists are rewarded, and cultural festivities are organized for this day.
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Spring - Easter Sunday and MondayEaster is a family-oriented and religious holiday in Slovenia. Eggs are colored and decorated according to Slovenian custom, and traditional foods are prepared and eaten.
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April 27 - Resistance DayResistance Day in Slovenia recognizes Yugoslavia's Liberation Front, which organized resistance against Germany in WWII.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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May 1 and 2 - Labor DayNot content with a single day off in recognition of Labor Day, Slovenia takes both May 1 and May 2 for Labor Day celebration.
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June 25 - Day of Slovene StatehoodStatehood Day, or the Day of Slovene Statehood, celebrates Slovenia's independence from Yugoslavia, which it gained in 1991.
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August 15 - Assumption DayAssumption Day, a religious holiday, is marked by church attendance and ceremonies in Slovenia.
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October 31 - Reformation DayReformation Day in Slovenia is associated with 16th century Lutheran reform and the printing of the first Slovenian language books. Reformation Day is both a public and religious holiday.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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November 1 - All Saints' DayAll Saint's Day in Slovenia is marked by public ceremonies and the visiting of memorials and graves.
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December 26 - Independence DayIndependence Day celebrates the day it was voted that Slovenia would break away from the country of Yugoslavia and form an independent nation.