Summer time change 2012

The shift to summer time or Daylight saving time for 2012 will happen on March 25 on most European countries simultaneously.

In England, Ireland and Portugal clocks will turn forward 1 hour on March 25 2012 from 01:00 in the morning to 02:00.
In central European countries (France, Spain, Italy, Germany and in general all countries in Central European Timezone - CET) clocks will turn forward from 02:00 in the morning to 03:00.
For easter Europe (Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece), clocks will turn forward 1 hour on March 25 2012 from 03:00 in the morning to 04:00.

Exceptions are Belarus, Iceland, and Russia since these countries do not observe daylight saving time.

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