Holidays in Jordan

Holidays in Jordan Last updated on Tuesday 20th April 2010

Friday is the official weekly day of rest, although many Christian shopkeepers choose to close on Sunday instead. Both Christian and Islamic holidays are observed, as well as various historical remembrance days. They are as follows:

Labour Day: May 1st.

Independence Day: May 25::SUP

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