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Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) in Israel

Is Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) a Public Holiday?

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueSep 15Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2016TueOct 4Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2017FriSep 22Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2018TueSep 11Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2019TueOct 1Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2020SunSep 20Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2021WedSep 8Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2022TueSep 27Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2023SunSep 17Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2024FriOct 4Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
2025WedSep 24Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew

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