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Pesach VI (Passover) in Israel

Is Pesach VI (Passover) a Public Holiday?

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

Pesach VI (Passover) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015ThuApr 9Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2016ThuApr 28Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2017SunApr 16Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2018ThuApr 5Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2019ThuApr 25Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2020TueApr 14Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2021FriApr 2Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2022ThuApr 21Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2023TueApr 11Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2024SunApr 28Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2025FriApr 18Pesach VI (Passover)Observance, Hebrew

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