Basically the National Day of Syria is on the 17 April (Evacuation Day, from France 1946). Called Evacuation Day (Arabic: عيد الجلاء) commemorates the evacuation of the last French soldier from Syria and Syria’s full independence on the 17th April 1946. The public holidays for Syria has been added below.
National Day of Syria
Certainly the National Day of Syria, also known as Evacuation Day, is celebrated annually on the 17th April. It celebrates the evacuation of French forces (National Day of France) from Syria and Lebanon (National Day of Lebanon) in 1946, which marked the end of the French mandate in the region. This day is an important national holiday in Syria and is celebrated with parades, fireworks, and other festivities. It is a time for Syrians to come together to celebrate their country’s independence and reflect on their history and culture.
Public Holidays in Syria
Basically the public holidays in Syria are as follows:
- New Year’s Day – January 1st
- Revolution Day – March 8th
- Mother’s Day – March 21st
- Independence Day – April 17th
- Labor Day – May 1st
- Martyrs’ Day – May 6th
- Eid al-Fitr – Varies (Muslim holiday, marks the end of Ramadan)
- Eid al-Adha – Varies (Muslim holiday, marks the end of Hajj)
- Hijri New Year – Varies (Islamic New Year)
- Christmas Day – December 25th
Consequently note that the exact dates for the Muslim holidays of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.