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Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights) in Israel

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)English
חנוכה יום 1Hebrew
Chanukka I (Lichterfest)German
هانوكا يوم 1Arabic
Hanukká I (Holiday of lights)Norwegian

Alternative name

Chanukah I (Holiday of lights)

Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights) Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
ThuDec 22010Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)National holiday, Hebrew
WedDec 212011Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)National holiday, Hebrew
SunDec 92012Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)National holiday, Hebrew
ThuNov 282013Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)National holiday, Hebrew
WedDec 172014Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
MonDec 72015Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
SunDec 252016Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
WedDec 132017Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
MonDec 32018Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
MonDec 232019Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew
FriDec 112020Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)Observance, Hebrew

Quick Facts

Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights) 2016

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights) 2017

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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