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Bouvet Island was discovered on January 1, 1739 by Jean-Baptiste Charles Bouvet. The island was rediscovered in 1808 by a Britsh whaler captain James Lindsay and renamed it Lindsay Island, and was claimed for England. When it became a Norwegian dependency, it was renamed Bouvet Island in 1930. This island is located in the southern Atlantic Ocean near Antarctica, is uninhabited and the most remote island in the world.
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|January 1st||Sunday||New Year's Day|
|February 12th||Sunday||Mother's Day|
|March 20th||Monday||March Equinox|
|April 2nd||Sunday||Palm Sunday|
|April 6th||Thursday||Maundy Thursday|
|April 7th||Friday||Good Friday||Long weekend.|
|April 10th||Monday||Easter Monday||Long weekend.|
|May 1st||Monday||Workers' Day||Long weekend.|
|May 17th||Wednesday||Constitution Day|
|May 18th||Thursday||Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ|
|May 29th||Monday||Pentecost Monday||Long weekend.|
|June 21st||Wednesday||June Solstice|
|September 23rd||Saturday||September Equinox|
|November 12th||Sunday||Father's Day|
|December 22nd||Friday||December Solstice|
|December 24th||Sunday||Christmas Eve|
|December 25th||Monday||Christmas Day||Long weekend.|
|December 26th||Tuesday||Day after Christmas|
|December 31st||Sunday||New Year's Eve|