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Sukkot (Day 2) in Israel

Is Sukkot (Day 2) a Public Holiday?

Sukkot (Day 2) is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Sukkot (Day 2) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015TueSep 29Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2016TueOct 18Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2017FriOct 6Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2018TueSep 25Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2019TueOct 15Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2020SunOct 4Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2021WedSep 22Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2022TueOct 11Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2023SunOct 1Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2024FriOct 18Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew
2025WedOct 8Sukkot (Day 2)Observance, Hebrew

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