Orthodox New Year for the year 2010 is celebrated/ observed on Thursday, January 14th.
Orthodox New Year also known as the Old New Year is celebrated on or near January 14th each year according to the Gregorian calendar. For Orthodox Christians this day is the start of the new year.
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|Orthodox New Year|
|Name(s):||Orthodox New Year, Old New Year|
|Type:||Observance, Orthodox Christian|
|When:||On or near January 14th|
How many days to Orthodox New Year 2010?
Thursday, January 14th is the 13 day of the 2010 calendar year with -8 years, -9 months, -9 days until the celebration/ observance of Orthodox New Year 2010.
January 2010 Holidays
|Date||Holiday||Details||Days to Go|
|Jan 1||New Year's Day 2010||Federal Holiday||-3217|
|Jan 6||Epiphany 2010||Christian||-3212|
|Jan 7||Orthodox Christmas Day 2010||Orthodox||-3211|
|Jan 14||Makar Sankranti 2010||Hindu||-3204|
|Jan 14||Orthodox New Year 2010||Orthodox||-3204|
|Jan 18||Martin Luther King Day 2010||Federal Holiday||-3200|
|Jan 30||Tu B'Shevat 2010||Jewish||-3188|