Hanukkah, also known as Chanukah or the Festival of Lights, is celebrated for eight days between the 25th day of the month of Kislev to the second day of Tevet in the Hebrew calendar. In the table below, you will find when Hanukkah (Day 8) is official marked and celebrated in Israel over a span of 15 years.
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|Year||Day of the Week||Date||Name|
||Thursday||December 9||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Wednesday||December 28||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Sunday||December 16||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Thursday||December 5||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Wednesday||December 24||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 14||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Wednesday||December 20||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 10||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 30||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Friday||December 18||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 6||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 26||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Friday||December 15||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
||Monday||December 22||Hanukkah (Day 8)|
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