|Dec 31 - Jan 7||
New Year holidays. The most popular holiday in Russia. Russians make presents to each other. Celebrate at night from December 31 up to January 1 morning.
Attention! In 2013-2014 Official New Year holidays will last from December, 31 to January, 7. January, 8 is a working day.
|January 7||Russian Orthodox Christmas|
|January 13 Eve||Russian Old New Year. Its not an official holiday, but most of Russians celebrate it.|
|February 23||The Motherland Defender's Day. Former Soviet Army Day. Women make presents to men. Official holidays will last from February, 20 to February, 23. February, 25 is a working day.|
International Women's Day. Don't forget to make a present (flowers) to women
Attention! In 2013 Official holidays will last March, 8-10. March, 11 is a working day.
Easter (floating date)|
in 2013 - May 5
in 2014 - April 20
in 2015 - April 12
in 2016 - May 1
in 2017 - April 16
in 2018 - April 8
in 2019 - April 28
in 2020 - April 19
|May 1, 2||Labour Day|
|May 9||Victory Day. Russians celebrate Victory in in World War II (1941-1945).|
|June 12||Russia Day or Independence Day|
|November 4||Day of People's Unity|