The National Day of Italy is on the 25 April (Partisans liberate Genoa, Milan and Turin from German troops in 1945). Moreover the 2nd June (Festa della Repubblica, Italy is voted a republic in 1946. It was when Giuseppe Garibaldi died on this date in 1882).
National Day of Italy
Likewise you will see anobe that the National Day of Italy is also called the Festa della Repubblica. Firstly this which is celebrated annually on the 2nd June. This day celebrates the referendum which was held in 1946 after the Second World War. It was at this time that the Italian people voted to abolish the monarchy and Italy became a republic. The Festa della Repubblica has been an official national holiday in Italy since 1948. Finally it is celebrated with parades, military displays, and other cultural events throughout the country. See also the National Day of Liechtenstein as well as the National Day of Afghanistan and the National Day of Hungary.
Public Holidays in Italy
Here are the public holidays in Italy:
- New Year’s Day – January 1st
- Epiphany – January 6th
- Easter Sunday and Monday – dates vary depending on the lunar calendar
- Liberation Day – April 25th
- Labor Day – May 1st
- Republic Day – June 2nd
- Assumption Day – August 15th
- All Saints’ Day – November 1st
- Feast of the Immaculate Conception – December 8th
- Christmas Day – December 25th
- St. Stephen’s Day – December 26th
Likewise in addition to these national holidays, there may also be local or regional holidays.