Holidays in January
1st – New Year’s Day
Like many states worldwide, 1st January is a national holiday in Denmark in order to welcome the New Year with great pomp and show.
Holidays in March
It is also known as “Paschal Thursday,” “Sheer Thursday,” or “Passion Thursday.” It is celebrated a day right before “Good Friday,” occurring during the Holy Week. It usually falls in the month of March.
This holiday is observed on the Friday before Easter Sunday and the day followed by Maundy Thursday. It is celebrated with great respect and memorializes Jesus Christ’s passion, crucifixion and passing away.
Holidays in April
It is also known as Easter Day. It is usually celebrated during the last week of March in order to observe Jesus Christ’s rebirth from death.
It is a day subsequent to the Eater Sunday and falls on the month of April. It is basically the yearly festivity of Christ's reappearance.
General Prayer Day
It is also referred as “Day of Repentance and Prayer” and is celebrated on the fourth Friday after Easter.
Holidays in May
It is celebrated on the 40th day right after the Easter. It is celebrated to honour the Christian belief that “Jesus Christ was accessioned into heaven.”
It is also known as “Whit Sunday” or “Whitsunday.” This national holiday is celebrated 7 weeks after Easter and commemorates the new testament of the Bible which states “the fall of the Holy Ghost upon the disciples of Jesus Christ.”
It is also known as “Pentecost Monday.” It is a next day after Pentecost and the reason for its celebration is same as that of Whit Sunday.
Holidays in December
25th - Christmas Day
It is also known as “First Day of Christmas.” this national holiday is basically the start of the celebrations of “Jesus Christ’s birth.”
26th – Second Day of Christmas
It is also called as “2nd Christmas Day.” it is a part of Jesus Christ’s birthday celebrations.