The first day of Sukkot marks the start of the Sukkot festival, celebrated among Jewish communities worldwide. In the table below, you will find when First day of Sukkot is official marked and celebrated in Germany over a span of 15 years.
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|Year||Day of the Week||Date||Name|
||Thursday||September 23||First day of Sukkot|
||Thursday||October 13||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||October 1||First day of Sukkot|
||Thursday||September 19||First day of Sukkot|
||Thursday||October 9||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||September 28||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||October 17||First day of Sukkot|
||Thursday||October 5||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||September 24||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||October 14||First day of Sukkot|
||Saturday||October 3||First day of Sukkot|
||Tuesday||September 21||First day of Sukkot|
||Monday||October 10||First day of Sukkot|
||Saturday||September 30||First day of Sukkot|
||Thursday||October 17||First day of Sukkot|
||Tuesday||October 7||First day of Sukkot|
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