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For the most important holidays - New Year's, Christmas, the Women Day and May holidays - many shops close down completely and city streets become strangely quiet.
If the holiday falls on a Monday or a Friday, then everything is simple - it's a day off.
If it falls on a weekend, then the Friday or Monday will also be a day off.
All government offices are closed on public holidays, and most overseas embassies are too.
Sometimes it can be a little complicated figuring out which days the country shuts down.
New Year's Day is one of the most favorite holidays in Russia.
If it falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday then the weekend will be shifted a day in the right direction and the Saturday or Sunday becomes a working day, with the three days off being Sunday-Monday-Tuesday or Thursday-Friday-Saturday.
If the holiday falls on a Wednesday then there is no long weekend.