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Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah in Israel

The last day of Sukkot (Succot, Succoth, Sukkoth) is the end of a period that is known as the Feast of Tabernacles. The Sukkot festival is observed during the week starting on 15th day of Tishri (or Tishrei), which is the first month of the year in the Jewish calendar.

Is Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah a Public Holiday?

Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Rabbi holding lulav
Many Jewish people use a sukkah as a place to be in during the Sukkot period.
Many Jewish people use a sukkah as a place to be in during the Sukkot period.
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About Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah

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Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010WedSep 29Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2011WedOct 19Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2012SunOct 7Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2013WedSep 25Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2014WedOct 15Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2015SunOct 4Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2016SunOct 23Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2017WedOct 11Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2018SunSep 30Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2019SunOct 20Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew
2020FriOct 9Sukkot VII/Hoshanah RabahObservance, Hebrew

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