Our Calendar 2016 for printing is a clear calendar in two different sizes. In addition, the download provides an overview of all public holidays and KW (calendar weeks).

The calendar 2016 to print for comprehensive annual planning

Despite numerous programs and apps that appointments can be digitally recorded and synchronized, a classic calendar on paper is a great way to capture the full-year plan at a glance. The calendar 2016 for printing is a very clearly structured version of an annual calendar, which leaves room for your own notes and comments in addition to all the important information. The calendar is available in two sizes as PDF for download and can be easily printed in smaller Din A4 or in the clear-Din A3 format.

Calendar 2016 for printingSource: Kalenderpedia

The perfect vacation planning

Principle has indeed every worker always and in any case too few vacation days. If you want to tickle the most out of his leave entitlement, it is worthwhile in any case to include the holidays in the planning. However, 2016 is not a very employee-friendly year, a few options to stretch the holidays, there are still namely ...

... with the annually recurring classics of the long weekend Easter and Pentecost and

... Assumption (unfortunately only in Bavaria and Saarland), the Day of German Unity, Reformation Day (after all, in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia) and the second Christmas Day, which falls on a Monday, 2016 ,

have friends of the bridge the day according to the calendar to print out the following ways to relax with a vacation day four days at a stretch: Ascension, Corpus Christi (in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland) (and All Saints Baden -Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland).

Find out more about the 2016

Besides the fact that 2016 is a leap year with 366 days, are already set a already a few important dates. Because this is not noted in the calendar 2016 to print, there is a practical overview of the most important events for each month:

  • January: Berlin Fashion Week 2016
  • February: Election of a new FIFA President
  • March: Super election Sunday with state elections in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Saxony-Anhalt and Rhineland-Palatinate
  • April: Start the 67th Formula 1 season
  • May: 61. Euro Vision Song Contest in Stockholm
  • June: Start of the 15th European Football Championship Men in France
  • July: 31 World Youth of the Roman Catholic Church in Krakow
  • August: XXXI. Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro
  • September: State elections in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and election to the Berlin House of Representatives
  • October: 24. IKA / Culinary Olympics in Erfurt
  • November: Presidential election in the US
  • December: Opening of the Gotthard base tunnel