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Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) in Israel

The last day of Passover marks the end of a Jewish holiday that celebrates the deliverance of Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. Passover is also known as Pesah, Pesach, or the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

Family celebrating Passover
Many Jewish families around the world observe Passover.
Many Jewish families around the world observe Passover.
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About Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)

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Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
MonApr 52010Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
MonApr 252011Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
FriApr 132012Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
MonApr 12013Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
MonApr 212014Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
FriApr 102015Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
FriApr 292016Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
MonApr 172017Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
FriApr 62018Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
FriApr 262019Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
WedApr 152020Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew

Quick Facts

The last day of Passover marks the end of the Passover period, which lasts for seven or eight days.

Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) 2017

Monday, April 17, 2017

Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) 2018

Friday, April 6, 2018

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