Public Holidays: November 2011

Day Date Country Holiday
Tue 1st Various Various All Saints Day
Tue 1st Mexico Mexico Day of the Dead
Tue 1st India India Kannada Rajyothsava
Tue 1st Australia Australia Melbourne Cup Day
Wed 2nd Various Various All Souls Day
Thu 3rd Japan Japan Culture Day
Fri 4th Russia Russia Day of Unity
Sat 5th United Kingdom United Kingdom Guy Fawkes Night
Sun 6th Various Various Eid al-Adha
Sun 6th Malaysia Malaysia Hari Raya Haji
Sun 6th Indonesia Indonesia Idul Adha
Sun 6th India India Idul Juha
Mon 7th Various Various Eid al-Adha
Mon 7th Pakistan Pakistan Eid ul-Azha Day 1
Mon 7th Singapore Singapore Hari Raya Haji
Tue 8th Various Various Eid al-Adha
Tue 8th Pakistan Pakistan Eid ul-Azha Day 2
Wed 9th Pakistan Pakistan Birthday of Muhammad Iqbal
Wed 9th Various Various Eid al-Adha
Wed 9th Spain Spain Our Lady of the Almudena
Thu 10th India India Guru Nanak Birthday
Fri 11th New Zealand New Zealand Christchurch Show Day
Fri 11th Various Various Remembrance Day
Fri 11th USA USA Veterans Day
Sun 13th Estonia Estonia Father's Day
Tue 15th Belgium Belgium German Community Day
Tue 15th Belgium Belgium Kings Feast
Tue 15th Brazil Brazil Republic Day
Tue 15th Austria Austria Saint Leopold
Wed 16th Germany Germany Repentance Day
Thu 17th Czech Republic Czech Republic Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day
Thu 17th Slovakia Slovakia Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day 
Fri 18th Latvia Latvia Latvian National day
Sun 20th Brazil Brazil Zumbi dos Palmares
Mon 21st Mexico Mexico Revolution Day
Wed 23rd Japan Japan Labour Thanksgiving Day
Thu 24th USA USA Thanksgiving
Fri 25th USA USA Day after Thanksgiving
Sat 26th Various Various Awal Muharram
Mon 28th New Zealand New Zealand Chatham Islands Anniversary Day
Mon 28th New Zealand New Zealand Westland Anniversary Day
Wed 30th United Kingdom United Kingdom St Andrews Day


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The ninth month in the old Roman calendar. In Latin novem means "nine".

In Old English, November was known as Blotmonad - blood-month, as November was when Anglo-Saxons slaughtered their livestock, so they had a source of food during winter.