The holidays established by law, declarations, or culture are called national holidays. National holidays of the Kingdom are split into three categories:
Days of Celebration These days celebrate the history and culture of the Kingdom.
Days of Solemn Remembrance These are days remembering tragic events that happened in the past and serve as reminders to better ourselves so nothing like that happens again.
Non-National Days These are days important to the Kingdom but are not recognized as formal national holidays.
Days of Celebration and Solemn Remembrance are Bold. Non-National Days are normal text.
Jan 1 New Year's Day Jan 27 National Day of Solemn Remembrance in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust Feb 4 Constitution Day April 7 National Day of Solemn Remembrance for the Victims of the Rwandan Genocide April 23 National Day of Solemn Remembrance in Memory of the Victims of the Armenian Genocide April 24 King Max I's Birthday May 4 Star Wars Day May 8 National Day of Solemn Remembrance for Those Who Lost Their Lives during the Second World War July 6 Jupiter Day (Founding Day) Aug 23 National Day of Solemn Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition Sep 11 National Day of Solemn Remembrance to Remember 9/11 and All Victims of Terrorism Sep 21 Good Memories Day Dec 24 Christmas Eve Dec 25 Christmas Day