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Pesach III (Passover) in Israel

Is Pesach III (Passover) a Public Holiday?

Pesach III (Passover) is not a public holiday. It falls on Saturday, April 11, 2020 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Israel.

Pesach III (Passover) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015MonApr 6Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2016MonApr 25Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2017ThuApr 13Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2018MonApr 2Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2019MonApr 22Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2020SatApr 11Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2021TueMar 30Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2022MonApr 18Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2023SatApr 8Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2024ThuApr 25Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2025TueApr 15Pesach III (Passover)Observance, Hebrew

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