Perpetual calendar

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The perpetual calendar is a proposal for calendar reform, providing a year of 13 months of 28 days each, with one day at the end of each year belonging to no month or week. The thirteenth month is inserted between June and July and is called Sol or Midi. In leap years, two days are added to the end of the year instead of one, again belonging to no month or week.