Egypt overseas
Holidays in Egypt since 2013.


Christmas in Egypt: 7 Jan 2013
This Christmas is celebrated on 7th Jan. This event is recognized by the
Coptics of The Egypt this day is well known as the birthday of Jesus as all
other traditional chapels except of Armenian believed.

Birthday of Prophet Muhammad: 24 Jan 2013
The birthday of the creator of Islam is recognized with excellent passion
and joy in all Muslims nations throughout the globe. This occasion of
Egypt is organized in the month of January. Providing sweets are a
primary ritual associated with this occasion.

Labor Day in Egypt: 1 May 2013
It is recognized for the accomplishment of employees in term of public
and financial.

Sham El-Nessim: 6 May 2013
This approximately converts as the first day of the spring season with an
immediate interpretation of ‘sniffing the breeze’. It is recognizing the first
Monday after Easter. A picnic is the typical methods of investing this
nationwide vacation.

Revolution Day in Egypt: 23 July 2013
This day celebrates the anniversary of the Egyptian Royal govt along
with the increase of the Republic in 1952.

Eid al-Fitr in Egypt: 8 August 2013
This religious festival which indicates the end of the holy month Ramadan
period for Muslims.

Armed Forces Day in Egypt: 6 October 2013
The people of Egypt surpassed the Suez Canal during the war with Israel
in 1973. Almost 30 years ago, Sadat was killed while viewing the Armed
Forces Day celebration. This nationwide vacation both honors and
remembers.

Eid al-Adha in Egypt: 15 October 2013
This spiritual occasion starts about 70 times after the end of holy month
Ramadan and is devoted to Abraham’s compromise of a sheep in
position of his son.

Islamic New Year in Egypt: 4 November 2013
This day is the first day of the first month of an Islamic calendar.

Some other Popular Festivals in Egypt

The list of vacations described here is commonly recognized in the Egypt.
Though, Government workplaces and public organizations stay start
during these days.

New Year’s Day in Egypt: 1 January 2013
The 1st day of the year according to Western calender calendar. This
day is celebrated with great pleasure all over Egypt.

Revolution 25 Day in Egypt: 25 January 2013
This is one of the most important events in Egypt, following the sacking of
the president, “Muhammad Hosni Mubarak.” Which was a period full of
the wisdom of corruption and injustice, Which is happy day of the days all
Egyptian.

Sportsmen’s Day in Egypt: 3 March 2013
This is for all sportsmen in Egypt.

Mothers’ Day in Egypt: 21 March 2013
This day is for only all mothers in Egypt.

Orphan Day in Egypt: 5 April 2013
This day to celebrate the day in order to be happy orphan children and
adults, and this comes on the first Friday of the month of April.

Evacuation Day in Egypt: 18 June 2013
This recognized day represented the state of the Republic in 1953 and
the elimination of international soldiers in 1956.

Egyptian Navy Day in Egypt: 21 October 2013
This was the Celebration of the feeling of Israel destroyers of Egyptian in
1967.

Victory Day in Egypt: 23 December 2013
It is a national vacation in Egypt, It is considered one of the most
important times for all people of Egypt and special day for the Soldiers as
it remember the excellent success of the Egypt over Israel in 06th of Oct
1973 .The war started with a massive and successful Egyptian traversing
of the Suez Channel during the first three times, after which they dug in,
deciding into a stalemate. The Egyptian Military put an excellent effort
into finding a quick and effective way of breaking the Israeli resistance.
The idea was examined and found to be a sound one, and several
questionable water cannons were brought in from England and East
Germany. The water cannons successfully breached the sand surfaces
using water from the canal.
Eid El Fitr which comes after Ramadan.. People eat special cookies. This
holiday is for the Muslim Egyptians. It is a three days holiday, on the first
day at dawn all men, (and women if they want to), go to the mosque to
pray. And usually you are invited to lunch at uncles, aunts, or friends.
Most of Egyptian labors and workers, and employments in al the official
government departments  , stopped work  in the last ten days in
Ramadan , also the first  ten days after Ramadan month so that  the total
and real day  all the worker stopped from work is   20 days    start from  
13-10-2006  to  24-10-2006  this period  every economic activities
stopped or became very slowly .......