Accurate, up-to-date public holidays, bank holidays, and observances in Berlin, Germany for 2023 ready to be integrated into your application.
The northern European region, spanning Central and Western Europe is known as Germany. This country’s history can be traced back to before AD 100. Germanic tribes migrated throughout the lands, expanding towards the south. By the 10th century, German territories were part of the Holy Roman Empire. The German Confederation formed in 1815, after the fall of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1871, German states united to form the Great German Empire. From 1933-1945, the Nazi party siezed control of Germany’s government. After World War II, West Germany and East Germany were established. Communist rule in Germany ended in 1989, and Germany was unified on October 3, 1990, and officially became the Federal Republic of Germany.
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|January 1st||Sunday||New Year's Day|
|March 8th||Wednesday||International Women's Day|
|March 20th||Monday||March Equinox|
|April 7th||Friday||Good Friday||Long weekend.|
|April 10th||Monday||Easter Monday||Long weekend.|
|May 1st||Monday||Labor Day||Long weekend.|
|May 14th||Sunday||Mother's Day|
|May 18th||Thursday||Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ|
|May 18th||Thursday||Father's Day|
|May 28th||Sunday||Pentecost Sunday|
|May 29th||Monday||Pentecost Monday||Long weekend.|
|June 21st||Wednesday||June Solstice|
|September 23rd||Saturday||September Equinox|
|October 3rd||Tuesday||Germany Unity Day|
|December 22nd||Friday||December Solstice|
|December 24th||Sunday||Christmas Eve|
|December 25th||Monday||First Day of Christmastide||Long weekend.|
|December 26th||Tuesday||Second Day of Christmastide|
|December 31st||Sunday||New Year's Eve|