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Holiday Calendar for Nicaragua

Holiday Calendar for Nicaragua for 2024-2025 year
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National traditions, public holidays and notable observances for 2024-2025 year

May 2024

June 2024

July 2024

Sunday 7 July - Beginning of the Nicaraguan Catechist Week (It begins on the first Sunday in July)

August 2024

September 2024

Sunday 15 September - Independence Day in El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Costa Rica (celebrates the independence from Spain in 1821. Guatemala - a Patriotic Day)

October 2024

November 2024

Saturday 2 November - All Souls' Day (Roman Catholic Church and Anglican Communion)

December 2024

Saturday 7 December - Shouting at the Immaculate Conception of Mary (Gritería a la Inmaculada Concepción de María)
Sunday 8 December - Immaculate Conception (public holiday in several countries, a holy day of obligation in others)
Tuesday 31 December - Doce uvas (the Spanish New Year's tradition of eating twelve grape varieties, one for each of the twelve clock strokes by midnight, subsequently spread in such Spanish-speaking countries as Mexico, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador, El Salvador, Peru, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica et al); New Year’s Eve

January 2025

February 2025

March 2025

April 2025

Thursday 17 April - Maundy Thursday (Christian tradition. Supper of Jesus Christ with his disciples before his cross suffering)
Sunday 20 April - Easter in Western Christianity (Første påskedag in Norway); Easter

May 2025

About some nicaraguan traditions

The name Nicaragua comes from a combination of two words, “nicarao” and “agua”. The Nicarao were the Indian tribe who occupied the shores of Lake Nicaragua when the Spaniards arrived in the 1500’s.

The Central American country of Nicaragua is known for its unbridled nature, exotic wildlife, stunning landscapes, and unique indigenous cultures.

Today, the main language is Spanish, although native tribes on the eastern coast speak their native languages, such as Miskito, Sumo and Rama, as well as English Creole.

Similar to folk dances in Mexico and Guatemala, Nicaraguan dance tradition features the palo volador, or flying pole, in which a performer is strapped to a rope wound around a pole and then unwinds, swinging farther into the air accompanied by the pounding rhythm of percussion instruments. Folkloric dance is one of Nicaragua’s enduring pre-Colonial art forms. Traditional dances are performed at festivals and fiestas, and children study this aspect of their heritage in after-school programs.

In cities streets have no names and the Nicaraguans do not seem to mind at all! The country has a unique address system. Ask anyone directions and they will tell you the same based on reference points from where you start.

Although Nicaragua’s capital is Managua, the city of Granada is probably the most popular amongst tourists, and in fact is the oldest city on continental Latin America.
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