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Pesach IV (Passover) in Israel

Is Pesach IV (Passover) a Public Holiday?

Pesach IV (Passover) is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Pesach IV (Passover) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueApr 7Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2016TueApr 26Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2017FriApr 14Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2018TueApr 3Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2019TueApr 23Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2020SunApr 12Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2021WedMar 31Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2022TueApr 19Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2023SunApr 9Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2024FriApr 26Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2025WedApr 16Pesach IV (Passover)Observance, Hebrew

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