Here are some links about the 2015 National Holiday Observances with some "Local Observances" in Italy:
- 1 - New Years Day (Capodanno)
- 6 - Epiphany (Epifania)
- 19 - Fathers Day – "Celebrated on Saint Joseph's Day." – Not a public holiday.
- 5 - Easter Sunday (Buona Pasqua)
- 6 - Easter Monday AKA Lunedì dell'Angelo AKA Pasquetta (Little Easter)
- 25 - Liberation Day (Festa della Liberazione)
- 25 - Feast of St. Mark (Local only: Venice only)
- 1 - International Workers Day (Festa dei Lavoratori) AKA Labor Day
- 10 - Mothers Day – "2nd Sunday in May." – Not a public holiday.
- 2 - Founding of the Republic (Festa della Repubblica)
- 24 - St. John the Baptist Day (Local only: Florence/Firenze; Genoa/Genova; Torino/Turin)
- 29 - St. Peter and St. Paul's Day (Local only: Rome)
- 15 - St. Rosalia (Local only: Palermo)
- 15 - Assumption Day (Assunzione or Ferragosto)
- 19 - St. Gennaro's Day (Local only: Naples/Napoli)
- 4 - St. Petronius (Local only: Bologna)
- 1 - All Saints Day (Ognissanti or Tutti i santi)
- 3 - St. Giusto (Local only: Trieste)
- 6 - St. Nichola (Local only: Bari)
- 7 - St. Ambrogio's Day (Local only: Milan/Milano)
- 8 - Immaculate Conception's day (Immacolata Concezione)
- 25 - Christmas Day (Buon Natale)
- 26 - St. Stephen's Day (Santo Stefano)
- 31 - New Year's Eve [NOT a holiday]
- Holidays – NOTE: A/O this date, Easter Monday 2015 date is not correct! – Source: InfoRoma
- Holidays in Italy in 2015 – Source: timeanddate.com – "About Us"
- Italian Holidays – NOTE: Submitted by Hani on Thu, 03/12/2009 - 12:02 – Explanation of holiday observances – Source: lifeinitaly.com
- Italy Public Holidays – Source: World Travel Guide – "offers inspirational destination guides, features, travel deals, events and more"
- Shopping hours: – [NOTE: There may be regional and / or seasonal changes to these hours.]
- Office hours: – [NOTE: There may be regional differences to these hours.]
- National public holidays of Italy in 2015 – "2015: Italy" – Source: OfficeHolidays – "Your Home for the Holidays"
- Public holidays in Italy – Source: Wikipedia – "the free encyclopedia"
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That's it for Wednesday, 31 December 2014: mercoledì, 31dicembre 2014
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