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October 19


Bridge Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2019

Festa da Luz (Two weeks beginning the second Sunday in October)

Kawagoe Matsuri (Every two years on October 14-15) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2014; Oct 19, 2019

Moore Days (Third weekend in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2014; Oct 19, 2019

Se–or de los Milagros (October 18-28)

Sweetest Day (Third Saturday in October) Oct 19, 2013; Oct 19, 2019

Legal Holidays by Countries

Mother Teresa DayAlbania
National Heroes' DayJamaica
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