Swedish Culture

Dates of Significance

Primary Author
Chara Scroope,
  • New Year’s Day (Nyårsdagen) – 1st of January
  • Epiphany (Trettondedag Jul) – 6th of January
  • Good Friday (Långfredagen) – Varies each year
  • Easter Sunday (Påskdagen) – Varies each year
  • Easter Monday (Annandag Påsk) – Varies each year
  • Labour Day (Första Maj) – 1st of May
  • Ascension (Kristi Himmelsfärds) – Varies each year
  • Pentecost (Pingstdagen) – Varies each year
  • National Day (Sveriges Nationaldag) – 6th of June
  • Midsummer Eve (Midsommarafton) – 24th of June
  • Midsummer Day (Midsommardagen) – 25th of June
  • All Saints’ Day (Alla Helgons Dag) – 1st of November
  • Christmas Eve (Juldafton) – 24th of December
  • Christmas Day (Juldagen) – 25th of December
  • Second Day of Christmas (Annandag Jul) – 26th of December

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