Shavuot is one of the three great festivals that are celebrated in the Jewish tradition. It is a holiday where Jews travel to the Temple of Jerusalem to gather their first fruits. This holiday falls exactly 50 days after Passover. It is also sometimes referred to as the Feast of Weeks. The Jews who spoke Greek gave him the name of "Pentecost" as it falls fifty days after Passover.
Shavuot 2017 started on the evening of Tuesday 30th May, 2017 (30/05/2017) and ended in the nightfall of Thursday 1st Jun, 2017 (01/06/2017).
The next occurrence of Shavuot is marked in red
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|Shavuot 2024||Wednesday 12th Jun, 2024||Thursday 13th Jun, 2024||starts in 1605 days|
|Shavuot 2023||Friday 26th May, 2023||Saturday 27th May, 2023||starts in 1222 days|
|Shavuot 2022||Sunday 5th Jun, 2022||Monday 6th Jun, 2022||starts in 867 days|
|Shavuot 2021||Monday 17th May, 2021||Tuesday 18th May, 2021||starts in 483 days|
|Shavuot 2020||Friday 29th May, 2020||Saturday 30th May, 2020||starts in 130 days|
|Shavuot 2019||Sunday 9th Jun, 2019||Monday 10th Jun, 2019||ended 223 days ago|
|Shavuot 2018||Sunday 20th May, 2018||Monday 21st May, 2018||ended 608 days ago|
|Shavuot 2017||Wednesday 31st May, 2017||Thursday 1st Jun, 2017||ended 962 days ago|
|Shavuot 2016||Sunday 12th Jun, 2016||Monday 13th Jun, 2016||ended 1315 days ago|
|Shavuot 2015||Sunday 24th May, 2015||Monday 25th May, 2015||ended 1700 days ago|
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