Accurate, up-to-date public holidays, bank holidays, and observances in Guinea for 2023 ready to be integrated into your application.
Formerly French Guinea, after being colonized by the French during the late 1800’s, Guinea is now a predominantly Islamic country, with nearly 85% of the population being Muslims. This West African country declared its independence from France on October 2, 1958 and is now referred to as the Republic of Guinea. Guinea’s economy relies on bauxite (aluminum), minerals, diamonds and gold deposits.
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|January 1st||Sunday||New Year's Day|
|March 20th||Monday||March Equinox|
|April 7th||Friday||Good Friday|
|April 10th||Monday||Easter Monday||Long weekend.|
|April 21st||Friday||Festival of Breaking the Fast||Long weekend.|
|May 1st||Monday||Labor Day||Long weekend.|
|June 21st||Wednesday||June Solstice|
|June 28th||Wednesday||Feast of the Sacrifice|
|August 15th||Tuesday||Assumption of Mary|
|September 23rd||Saturday||September Equinox|
|September 26th||Tuesday||Birth of the Prophet|
|October 2nd||Monday||Independence Day||Long weekend.|
|November 1st||Wednesday||All Saints' Day|
|December 22nd||Friday||December Solstice|
|December 24th||Sunday||Christmas Eve|
|December 25th||Monday||Christmas Day||Long weekend.|
|December 31st||Sunday||New Year's Eve|