Lostisland proudly observes a diverse array of national holidays, reflecting the rich tapestry of cultures, beliefs, and historical milestones that shape our nation. These holidays hold deep significance for our citizens and contribute to the vibrant fabric of Lostislandic life. From celebrations of independence to religious and cultural festivities, our holidays are moments of reflection, unity, and joy. Take a look at our calendar of national holidays to discover the unique traditions and values that define Lostisland.
|A celebration of the beginning of the year, marked with festivities and countdowns.
|Known as the Festival of Colors, it signifies the triumph of good over evil and the arrival of spring.
|Commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
|The festival of breaking the fast, marking the end of Ramadan, a month of fasting and prayer.
|Birthday of Yaroslav Mar, the President of the Federal Republic.
|Celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, a central event in Christianity.
|Birthday of the Presidential Cat
|Birthday of Sigismundas Knuševitskis (2004—2019), the cat of the President of the Federal Republic.
|Anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany.
|Known as the Festival of Sacrifice, it honors the willingness of Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God.
|Anniversary of the foundation of Lostisland.
|Anniversaries of the step-by-step proclamation of the Lostislandic independence.
|The Jewish New Year, a time of reflection and renewal.
|Day of the MFA workers
|In honor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (anniversary of foundation).