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Pesach V (Passover) in Israel

Is Pesach V (Passover) a Public Holiday?

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

Pesach V (Passover) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010SatApr 3Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2011SatApr 23Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2012WedApr 11Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2013SatMar 30Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2014SatApr 19Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2015WedApr 8Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2016WedApr 27Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2017SatApr 15Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2018WedApr 4Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2019WedApr 24Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2020MonApr 13Pesach V (Passover)Observance, Hebrew

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