Harjumaa, Estonia

Accurate, up-to-date public holidays, bank holidays, and observances in Harjumaa, Estonia for 2022 ready to be integrated into your application.

Located in Northern Europe, The Republic of Estonia is a territory that consists of a mainland and 2,222 islands in the Baltic Sea. Dating back to 9000 BC, the Ancient Estonians were said to be the last European pagans to be Christianized. In 1721, by the end of the Great Northern War, Estonia became a Russian territory. Estonia finally gained independence from the Soviet Union and was founded as a country on February 24, 1918.

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Date Weekday Name Notes
January 1st Saturday New Year's Day
February 24th Thursday Independence Day
March 20th Sunday March Equinox
April 15th Friday Good Friday Long weekend.
April 17th Sunday Easter
May 1st Sunday Spring Day
May 8th Sunday Mother's Day
June 5th Sunday Pentecost
June 21st Tuesday June Solstice
June 23rd Thursday Victory Day
June 23rd Thursday Saint John's Day
June 24th Friday Midsummer Day Long weekend.
August 20th Saturday Restoration Independence Day
September 23rd Friday September Equinox
November 13th Sunday Father's Day
December 21st Wednesday December Solstice
December 24th Saturday Christmas Eve
December 25th Sunday Christmas Day
December 26th Monday Boxing Day Long weekend.
December 31st Saturday 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
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$ curl -G -d country="EE-37" -d year="2022" -d pretty
-d key="__YOUR_API_KEY__"
"https://holidayapi.com/v1/holidays"
import "github.com/joshtronic/go-holidayapi"
hapi := holidayapi.NewV1("__YOUR_API_KEY__")
holidays, err := hapi.Holidays(map[string]interface{}{
  "country": "EE-37",
  "year": "2022",
})
import { HolidayAPI } from 'holidayapi';
const key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
const holidayApi = new HolidayAPI({ key });
holidayApi.holidays({
  country: 'EE-37',
  year: '2022',
});
$key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__';
$holiday_api = new \HolidayAPI\Client(['key' => $key]);
$holidays = $holiday_api->holidays([
  'country' => 'EE-37',
  'year' => '2022',
]);
$Body = @{}
$Body.key = "__YOUR_API_KEY__"
$Body.country = "EE-37"
$Body.year = "2022"
$Result = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $Url -Body $Body
$Result.holidays
import holidayapi
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = holidayapi.v1(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'EE-37',
  'year': '2022',
})
require 'ruby-holidayapi'
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = HolidayAPI::V1.new(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'EE-37',
  'year': '2022',
})