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All Saints' Day in Germany

All Saints' Day (Allerheiligen) is celebrated in Germany and at least 14 other countries. It is celebrated on 1 November each year. Businesses are usually closed during this holiday. All Saints' Day has a Christian origin.
All Saints' Day
Date
Day
Region
Week
All Saints' Day 2020
1 November 2020Sunday W44
Sunday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2021
1 November 2021Monday W44
Monday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2022
1 November 2022Tuesday W44
Tuesday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2023
1 November 2023Wednesday W44
Wednesday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2024
1 November 2024Friday W44
Friday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2025
1 November 2025Saturday W44
Saturday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
All Saints' Day 2026
1 November 2026Sunday W44
Sunday
BW, BY, NW, RP, SL
 

This holiday is also celebrated in:

Country
Region
Local name
Whole country
Allerheiligen (Dutch)
Toussaint (French)
Whole country
Allerhellegen (Luxembourgish)
Whole country
Allerheiligen (German)
Toussaint (French)
Whole country
Toussaint (French)
Whole country
Allerheiligen (German)
Whole country
Alla Helgons dag (Swedish)
Whole country
Wszystkich Świętych (Polish)
Whole country
Día de Todos los Santos (Spanish)
Tots Sants (Catalan)
Whole country
Ognissanti (Italian)
Whole country
Dia de Todos-os-Santos (Portuguese)
Whole country
Visų šventųjų diena (Lithuanian)
Whole country
Mindenszentek (Hungarian)