Public holidays in Ireland in 2019
In the Republic of Ireland there are several public holidays each year. Some of them are known as Bank Holidays and are usually celebrated on a Monday. A few other dates that are considered national holidays are the dates to commemorate important events, days or traditions in our country’s history.
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The Public Holidays in Ireland for 2019 are the following:
|1 January||Tuesday||New Year's Day|
|17 March||Sunday||St. Patrick's Day|
|22 April||Monday||Easter Monday|
|6 May||Monday||May Bank Holiday|
|3 June||Monday||June Bank Holiday|
|5 August||Monday||August Bank Holiday|
|28 October||Monday||October Bank Holiday|
|25 December||Wednesday||Christmas Day|
|26 December||Thursday||St. Stephen's Day|
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