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First Day of Shavuot in Germany

Shavuot is a Jewish observance that follows Passover by 50 days. It is the second of three major Jewish festivals. The other two are Passover and Sukkot.

Is First Day of Shavuot a Public Holiday?

First Day of Shavuot is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Barley and wheat make up part of the Seven Species of crops, which are symbolic of Shavuot.

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First Day of Shavuot Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2016SunJun 12First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2017WedMay 31First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2018SunMay 20First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2019SunJun 9First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2020FriMay 29First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2021MonMay 17First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2022SunJun 5First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2023FriMay 26First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2024WedJun 12First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2025MonJun 2First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL
2026FriMay 22First Day of ShavuotObservance, HebrewBY, HB, SL

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