Worldwide Holiday Calendars: Do they have Christmas in Croatia?

Worldwide holiday calendars take a regular calendar and mark it up so you can see that tomorrow, for instance, is Bolivia Independence Day.  I added two worldwide holiday calenders, one by Country Reports (all countries on one calendar) and one Time and Date (a different calendar for each country) to the Calendars entry.

Thanks to Margaret Gross and Kevin Adams for recommending the Country Reports and Time and Date calendars in a post on the BISLIB listserv.  And yes, they do have Christmas in Croatia, two days of it apparently, celebrated on December 25th and 26th.   Who knew?


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zimmermansguide is the WordPress username for Andy Zimmerman, the author of Zimmerman's Research Guide. Over the years people have asked me for a way to follow the changes to the Guide. The ZRG Blog is written for anyone who would really like to know.
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One Response to Worldwide Holiday Calendars: Do they have Christmas in Croatia?

  1. Diana says:

    Dear Zimmermans guide,
    This is good information. I really want to visit Croatia one day soon and I’m happy to know that I can use your guide to see their holiday schedule. Excellent blog. I’d love to see a little bit more info on California privacy laws though.

    Diana (proud to be Canadian)

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