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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.

Is Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) a Public Holiday?

Pesach VII (Last day of Passover) is on Friday, April 26, 2019 and most businesses follow regular Friday opening hours in Israel.

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

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010MonApr 5Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2011MonApr 25Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2012FriApr 13Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2013MonApr 1Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2014MonApr 21Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2015FriApr 10Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2016FriApr 29Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2017MonApr 17Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2018FriApr 6Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2019FriApr 26Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew
2020WedApr 15Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)National holiday, Hebrew

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