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Iran’s friendly and neighboring country, Turkey, attracts many tourists, including Iranians, every year due to the proximity and culture of the two countries. Turkey has always been active in the tourism sector and one of the main sources of income of this country is the tourist attractions of Turkey. This country, like all countries, has formal education due to special occasions. Public holidays in Turkey, like in Iran, include national holidays and religious holidays. Religious holidays according to the changes of the lunar months

Public Holiday in Turkey - Turkey

It happens on different days of the year. Banks and government agencies are also closed during public holidays in Turkey, and shops and restaurants are closed in non-tourist areas. In this article, Forki Group Holding deals with official holidays in Turkey and their history and takes a look at these days.

Due to its tourist attraction, Turkey is also open for shops and services on holidays, especially in coastal and tourist areas. Due to its tourist attraction, Turkey is also open for shops and services on holidays, especially in coastal and tourist areas. Famous Turkish markets are also completely closed on religious holidays; Banks and offices are also closed on national and religious holidays in Turkey. One of the customs of the Turkish people on holidays, especially religious holidays, is to visit and have mercy, so these days the streets are crowded and the traffic is heavy. Notable points are the logical crowds such as Taksim Square, Beiktas, Nisantasi and Kadikoy due to the mass demonstrations on the first of the month. Turkish national and religious holidays are as follows:

  • New Year celebration which is on the 1st of January.
  • Turkish National Day and Children’s Day on April 23.
  • Labor day which is in 1 month.
  • Ataturk Commemoration Day and Sports and Youth Day, which is 19 months old.
  • Turkish Victory and National Day, which is on August 30.
  • Republic Day of Turkey is on October 29.
  • Democracy and National Unity Day, which is on July 15.

Turkey Official Holiday 2020

The official national and religious holidays of Turkey in 2020 are as follows:

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Turkey’s official holiday in 2020 History Day
new Year’s celebration January 1 Wednesday
National and Child Sovereignty Day 23 April Thursday
Labor Day and Solidarity May 1 Friday
Commemorating Ataturk and Youth and Sports Day May 19 Tuesday
Eid al-Fitr May 24 to 26 Sunday to Tuesday
Day of Democracy and National Unity July 15 Wednesday
Eid al-Adha July 31 to August 3 Friday to Monday
Turkey Victory Day August 30th sunday
Republic Day of Turkey October 29 Thursday

Official holiday in Turkey 2021

The official holidays in 2021 in Turkey are as follows; Note, however, that religious holidays may change slightly due to the sighting of the moon.

Turkish official holiday in 2021 History Day
new Year’s celebration January 1 Friday
National and Child Sovereignty Day 23 April Friday
Labor Day and Solidarity May 1 saturday
Ramadan celebration May 14-16 Friday to Sunday
Commemorating Ataturk and Youth and Sports Day May 19 Wednesday
Day of Democracy and National Unity July 15 Thursday
Eid al-Adha July 20-23 Tuesday to Friday
Turkey Victory Day August 30th monday
Republic Day of Turkey October 29 Friday

Official holiday of Children's Day and Sovereignty in Turkey

Official holiday of Children's Day and Sovereignty in Turkey

Since 1921 in Turkey, April 23 has been called Turkish National Sovereignty Day and since 1927 it has been called Children’s Day, which is a national holiday in Turkey and all schools, banks and government offices in Turkey are closed. In 1920, the first Grand National Assembly of Turkey was held after the Turkish War of Independence, and this parliament was formed in Turkey after the end of the Ottoman Empire and began to establish the Republic of Turkey. The meeting was held in Ankara, and the following year was declared Turkish National Sovereignty Day to commemorate the event. Also on this day, in 1927, at the behest of Ataturk, she dedicated the day to children and called the children of Turkey the future of the nation. In 1933, at Ataturk’s suggestion, children on this day replaced the members of the Turkish National Assembly and convened a meeting on children.

The children who attend this meeting are poor and successful children in school and talk about their problems and even sign new laws related to children and educational and environmental policies. To celebrate national sovereignty and International Children’s Day, schoolchildren take part in a week-long ceremony accompanied by singing and dancing on sports grounds across Turkey, especially at Istanbul’s National Football Stadium. Children also receive gifts and sweets on this day. Due to the scale of the event in Turkey, UNICEF also designated the day in 1979 as International Children’s Day, and on this day many international children become guests of Turkish families and participate in children’s festivals. Also on this day, a symbolic ceremony will be held at Ataturk’s tomb.

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Republic Day official holiday in Turkey

Republic Day official holiday in Turkey

On October 29, 1923, the new Turkish parliament replaced the new constitution of Turkey with the constitution of the Ottoman Empire. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who led the Turkish War of Independence, was announced by the Turkish Parliament on this day. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who led the Turkish War of Independence, was announced by the Turkish Parliament on this day. On this day, special performances are held in stadiums and sports venues, and performances such as traditional Turkish dancing and singing, and theater performances are held. October 28 is usually a semi-closed day before this day, and people celebrate the day by waving the Turkish flag in the streets and places. October 28 is usually a semi-closed day before this day, and people celebrate the day by waving the Turkish flag in the streets and places.

Official holiday of Victory Day in Turkey

Official holiday of Victory Day in Turkey

In the First World War, the Ottoman Empire was defeated and the country fell to the Allied forces and was occupied. Turkish pro-independence forces led by Mustafa Ataturk fought in a battle called Dumlupinar in a province in western Turkey against foreign forces, mostly Greeks, and the Turkish independence forces won. This happened on August 30, 1922, and the following year was celebrated as Victory Day. On this day, which is also called Army Day, military and air maneuvers are held to commemorate this day. The Turkish flag is hoisted all over the country, honoring the leader of the war, Mustafa Ataturk, with a parade and anthem at his tomb and wreaths of flowers on his statues; All schools, banks and offices are closed on this day when the march takes place.

National working day holiday in Turkey

National working day holiday in Turkey

Labor Day and Solidarity Day is closed on the first of May, as in many countries in Turkey. The first official holiday in Turkey dates back to 1923; This day in Turkey is usually accompanied by protests and different events have taken place in Turkey on this day throughout history. Two years after 1923, due to the violent protests in Turkey, this day was changed to Spring and Flower Day, but in the bloody protests in Taksim Square in 1976, rallies were banned, but in 2009 it was reopened. And the solidarity changed and the official holiday was announced. Usually, people who are not interested in politics and protesting do not participate in these gatherings and visit relatives and family trips. The protests are still less secure because of their potential for violence, and public transport is shorter.

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Eid al-Fitr holiday in Turkey

Eid al-Fitr holiday in Turkey

Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr are also very important for Turkish Muslims and one of the most important religious holidays in Turkey. The Eid al-Fitr holiday in Turkey is three days long and the streets are very crowded these days. This holiday is also known in Turkey as the celebration of sugar or sweets due to giving sweets and gifts to children. Banks, schools and post offices are also closed on this day. On this day, Muslims gather in Turkish mosques to pray and perform religious acts. Public transport is free during these holidays, including subways, buses, ferries and trains in Istanbul. Visiting relatives and elders, serving sweets, desserts and free coffee and giving money and gifts to children are some of the traditions of these holidays in Turkey. This Eid has different times depending on the sighting of the moon.

Eid al-Adha holiday in Turkey

Eid al-Adha, also known as Eid al-Adha, is one of the most important Muslim holidays in the world and in Turkey, and it includes 4 days of holidays in Turkey. On this day, all offices, banks, schools and other organizations and offices are closed, and road traffic is very crowded due to traffic and family visits. On this day, like in many other Islamic countries, the meat of halal animals is slaughtered and distributed among the people. In some parts of Turkey, people dye animals with henna and decorate it with ribbons. Families share about two-thirds of animal meat with relatives and neighbors, and they traditionally give about one-third to the poor. On this Eid, the Turkish people wear new clothes and give their old clothes to the poor.

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