What past calendar year is the same as 2011?
1983, 1994, and 2005 all had the same calendar as 2011.
The same calendar as 2011 was used in 1983, 1994, 2005, and many other years. Any year having the same number of days as 2011 (365 days) and starting on the same day of the week (January 1 on Saturday) can use the same calendar.
1983, 1994, and 2005 have the same calendar as 2011. As of 2018, the next year to have the same calendar as 2011 is 2022.
2022 is the next year after 2011 to share its calendar.
The calendar for 2009 was the same as 2015
2003 was the last year before 2014 that had the same calendar. Before that there was 1997 and 1986.
1983, 1994, and 2005 calendars correspond to 2011. As of 2018, the next year to be the same as 2011 is 2022.
2005 was the last year before 2011 to have the same day/date combination.
2011, 2005, 1994, 1983 were past years after 1997 with the same calendar. The next few until the end of the 21st Century will be 2022, 2033, 2039, 2050, 2061, 2067, 2078, 2098 and 2095.
2003... Even the date of Easter is the same.
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The last year which had the same day-date configuration as 2005 was 2011, and the next year which will be identical to 2005 will be the year 2022.
Years with the same calendar as 2007 in the past were 1979, 1990, and 2001. After 2007, the next years to have the same calendar are 2018, 2029, and 2035.
1983 is the same as 2001. The person who stated that 1987 and 1998 being the same was wrong... except that they are the same to EACH OTHER, but NOT to 2011.
1955 was a common year starting on a Saturday. As of 2011, the next time this year will happen is in 2022.
In the Chinese Calender the year 2011 is the year of the hare.
2022 will be the next time a "2011 calendar" will occur. 2016 is a leap year and only March to December were identical to 2011. 2011 began on a Saturday but 2016 is a leap year that began on a Friday, therefore - because of the leap day - 2017 began on a Sunday (not Saturday) and the next time a calendar from 2011 can truly be used will be in 2022, since 2022 will… Read More
The Hebrew calendar year of 5772 began on September 29, 2011.
The calendar year will be the same in 2040.
1999 was the last year before 2010 with the same calendar.
2011 is 1432 in the Muslim (Islamic) Calendar
2015 will be the same calendar as 2009.
The relationship between dates and weekdays in 1966 was the same in 1977, 1983, 1994, 2005 and 2011, and will be the same in 2022, 2033, 2039, etc.
The last year that had the same calendar as 2012 was 1984, and the next one will be 2040.
One of the years that has the same calendar as 1960 is 2016.
In the Chinese calendar, it is the year of the rabbit.
You should definitely plan past 2012. The idea that something big would happen 2012 is based on the idea that the old Mayan calendar ended at that year, which is the same as saying that you shouldn't make plans past December 31 - any year - as that's when our calendar ends. Now, to be honest, there's always the off chance that something entirely big, bad and random might happen 2012. But it's the same… Read More
2005 was the lat calender year like 2011
1984 was the last year with a calendar the same as 2012.
1984 was the last year that had the same calendar as 2012.
The next year that will have the same calendar format as 2010 will be the year 2021. It started on a Friday, as will 2016, but 2016 will be a leap year and 2010 was not. The next year that will have the same calendar format as 2010 will be the year 2021. It started on a Friday, as will 2016, but 2016 will be a leap year and 2010 was not. The next year… Read More
The Jewish calendar is a lunar calendar. The New Year is always on the same date in that calendar - it is just our solar calendar where the date "changes."
If the same calendar were applied to the year 1059 as to 2011, January 10, 1059 would fall on a Sunday.
The 1982 calendar year is in the past and can not repeat. However, as 1982 was not a leap year, the days and dates comprising the 1982 calendar will repeat after 11 years twice and repeat after six years once in a 28-year span.
Ramadan in 2011 will start on Monday, the 1st of August and will continue for 30 days until Tuesday, the 30th of August. On the Muslim calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ramadan on the sunset of Sunday, the 31st of July. Although Ramadan is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year… Read More
Sukkot has started on the 15th of Tishrei in the Hebrew calendar each year for the past 3,000 years more or less. In 2011, that date will coincide with sunset on the evening of October 12.
2016 will be the same as 1988 was.
Same like the Gregorian calendar, 365 on a normal year or 366 on a leap year.
2002 was the last time the calendar was the same as in 2013.
The 1994 calendar replayed in 2005, 2011 and will do so again in the year 2022.
It starts with the month of Muharram. Since this day is constantly changing and based on the lunar calendar, it's not the same day on the Gregorian calendar and changes year after year.
Not this year. Earth Day is the same date in the Gregorian calendar each year, and the Gregorian calendar is not synchronized with the lunar calendar at all.
The next time the calendar year 2005 repeated itself was in 2011. As of 2018, the next time that it will repeat again is in 2022.
1992 was a leap year, so the exact same calendar does not come up for 28 each years. In this century the years that will be the same as 1992 will be 2020, 2048 and 2076.
The fiscal year selected by companies which one is correct is the same as the calendar year or begins with the first day of the month and ends on the last day of the twelfth month?
For 65% or so of the companies, the fiscal year is the same as the calendar year, though some end the year on a specific day of the week closest to the end of the calendar year.
The next calendar year in which the full moons will fall on the same date as they did in 2005 will be 2024.
It is still the same year as in the normal calendar- 2012. For religious dates and festivals, look on google. x :)
The question was asked on the 29th of June 2010, which was the 180th day of that year.
The year is different
The oldest Semitic religion that still exists is Judaism. (The ages of the three largest Semitic religions are apparent in their respective calendar years: at the time of this writing, the Jewish calendar year is 5772, the Christian calendar year is 2011, and the Islamic calendar year is 1433.)
Tiger 2011 will be the Year of the Rabbit