Religious holidays are celebrated according to the Islamic calendar. Year by year, they move about the Christian Gregorian calendar to the increasing number of days.
Ras Al Aim, New Year, the first day of the first month. Mouloud, the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, on the 12th day of the third month. Ramadan, fasting, at 9 - 10 months. Ide es Segir, the end of fasting, the 10th day of the tenth month. Ide elKebir, feast day of the sacrifice of Abraham, followed by lamb distribution to the needy, the 10th day of the twelfth month.
Secular holidays: January 1 (New Year), March 20 (Independence Day), April 9 (Martyrs Day), May 1 (Labor Day), June 2 (Youth Day), July 25 (Republic Day), August 13 (Women's Day ), November 7 (Day "jasmine revolution").