New Year (observed from 31 December to 2 January inclusive), Christmas Eve (3,4,5 January), Christmas and the Epiphany (celebrated on 6 January), non-working public holidays.
All Souls' Day, following Christmas and Epiphany, marked on 7 January, non-working day.
Homeland Defender's Day, celebrated on 28 January, non-working day.
Artsakh Revival Day, celebrated on 20 February
Mother Tongue day, observed on 21 February
Day of Commemoration of the Victims of Massacres organised by Azerbaijan, and Day of Protection of the Rights of Armenian Refugees, marked on 28 February
International Women's Day, observed on 8 March
Motherhood and Beauty Day, celebrated on 7 April, non-working day
Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, marked on 24 April, non-working day
Victory Day, Day of the Republic of Artsakh Defense Army and Day of the Liberation of Shoushi, celebrated on 9 May, non-working day
Family Day, observed on 15 May
The First Armenian Republic Day, celebrated on 28 May, non-working day
International Day for Protection of Children, observed on 1 June
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Repression, marked on 14 June
Day of Perished Soldiers and Missing in Action, marked on 29 June
Day of Knowledge and Education, observed on 1 September
Day of the Artsakh Republic, celebrated on 2 September, non-working day
Teacher's Day, celebrated on 5 October
Holy Translator's Day, celebrated on the second Saturday of October
Commemoration Day of Earthquake Victims, marked on 7 December
Human Rights Day, Day of the Independence Referendum and Constitution Day, observed on 10 December, non-working day
Traditional and Holy days of obligation, international holidays may also be observed in the Artsakh Republic. Other professional holidays and commemorative days may also be observed, subject to the decision of the Artsakh Republic.