Jujuy, Argentina

Accurate, up-to-date public holidays, bank holidays, and observances in Jujuy, Argentina for 2023 ready to be integrated into your application.

Located in South America, Argentina, officially known as the Argentine Republic, is the 8th largest country in the world. Human presence in this country can be traced as far back as the Paleolithic period. During Pre-Columbian times, the Inca Empire expanded to the northwest region of this country’s land. Spaniards explored and colonized this region during the 16th century. In 1776, Argentina was deemed a successor state to the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata of Spain. On May 25, 1810 Argentina became a country as it fought for independence from the Spanish crown. In 1819 an extended civil war lasted for years, ending int 1861. After this turmoil, Argentina found peace, with many Italtians and Spaniards immigrating and calling Argentina home. After the Great Depression of the 1930’s, Argentina was politically and economically unstable once again until 1983. The Argentine Republic claims sovereignty over the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and the South Sandwich Islands, and part of Antarctica.

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Date Weekday Name Notes
January 1st Sunday New Year's Day
February 20th Monday Shrove Monday Long weekend.
February 21st Tuesday Shrove Tuesday
March 20th Monday March Equinox Long weekend.
March 24th Friday Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice Long weekend.
April 2nd Sunday Day of the Veterans and Fallen of the Falklands War
April 2nd Sunday Malvinas Day
April 6th Thursday Maundy Thursday
April 6th Thursday Passover
April 7th Friday Good Friday Long weekend.
April 7th Friday Second Day of Passover Long weekend.
April 8th Saturday Third Day of Passover
April 9th Sunday Easter
April 9th Sunday Fourth Day of Passover
April 10th Monday Fifth Day of Passover Long weekend.
April 11th Tuesday Sixth Day of Passover
April 12th Wednesday Seventh Day of Passover
April 13th Thursday Last Day of Passover
April 21st Friday Festival of Breaking the Fast Long weekend.
April 24th Monday Day of Action for Tolerance and Respect among Peoples Long weekend.
May 1st Monday Labor Day Long weekend.
May 25th Thursday May Revolution
May 26th Friday May Revolution Bridge Holiday Long weekend.
June 17th Saturday Anniversary of the Passing of General Martín Miguel de Güemes
June 18th Sunday Father's Day
June 19th Monday General Manuel Belgrano Memorial Day (Observed) Long weekend.
June 20th Tuesday General Manuel Belgrano Memorial Day
June 21st Wednesday June Solstice
June 28th Wednesday Feast of the Sacrifice
July 9th Sunday Independence Day
July 18th Tuesday Islamic New Year's Day
August 21st Monday General José de San Martín Memorial Day Long weekend.
September 15th Friday Jewish New Year's Eve Long weekend.
September 16th Saturday Jewish New Year's Day
September 17th Sunday Second Day of the Jewish New Year
September 23rd Saturday September Equinox
September 25th Monday Day of Atonement Long weekend.
October 15th Sunday Mother's Day
October 16th Monday Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity Long weekend.
November 20th Monday National Sovereignty Day Long weekend.
December 8th Friday Feast of the Immaculate Conception Long weekend.
December 22nd Friday December Solstice Long weekend.
December 24th Sunday Christmas Eve
December 25th Monday Christmas Day Long weekend.
December 31st Sunday New Year's Eve
Public holidays (national, legal, government, civic, etc) are denoted in bold.
Holiday data for far-reaching years is subject to change due to laws and government decrees.
Long weekends are based on non-working days and not Saturday and Sunday explicitly.

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To retrieve this list of holidays, simply make a GET request to /v1/holidays:
GET /v1/holidays
$ curl -G -d country="AR-Y" -d year="2023" -d pretty
-d key="__YOUR_API_KEY__"
import "github.com/joshtronic/go-holidayapi"
hapi := holidayapi.NewV1("__YOUR_API_KEY__")
holidays, err := hapi.Holidays(map[string]interface{}{
  "country": "AR-Y",
  "year": "2023",
import { HolidayAPI } from 'holidayapi';
const key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
const holidayApi = new HolidayAPI({ key });
  country: 'AR-Y',
  year: '2023',
$key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__';
$holiday_api = new \HolidayAPI\Client(['key' => $key]);
$holidays = $holiday_api->holidays([
  'country' => 'AR-Y',
  'year' => '2023',
$Body = @{}
$Body.key = "__YOUR_API_KEY__"
$Body.country = "AR-Y"
$Body.year = "2023"
$Result = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $Url -Body $Body
import holidayapi
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = holidayapi.v1(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'AR-Y',
  'year': '2023',
require 'ruby-holidayapi'
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = HolidayAPI::V1.new(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'AR-Y',
  'year': '2023',