Exceptions in Opening Hours

Exceptions in opening hours

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    Sukkot symbols Sukkot symbols
    Symbols of the Holiday of Tabernacles; etrog and lulav.
     

    Please note that in 2014 the Embassy and Consulate are closed on the following holidays:

    January 1st, Thursday, New Year’s Day (Uudenvuodenpäivä)
    January 6th, Tuesday, Epiphany (Loppiainen)
     
    April 3rd, Friday, Eve of Passover (Pesach) and Good Friday (Pitkäperjantai)
    April 6th, Monday, Second Easter Day (Toinen pääsiäispäivä)
    April 10th, Friday, 1st Day of the end of Passover (Pesach)
     
    April 23rd, Thursday, Independence Day of Israel (Yom HaAtsmaut)
     
    May 1st, Thursday, Labor Day (Vappu)
    May 14th, Thursday, Ascension Day (Helatorstai)
    May 25th, Monday, 2nd Day of Pentecost (Shavuot)
     
    June 19th, Friday, Midsummer Eve (Juhannusaatto)
     
    September 14th, Monday, 1st Day of the Jewish New Year (Rosh HaShana)
    September 15th, Tuesday, 2nd Day of the Jewish New Year (Rosh HaShana)
     
    September 23rd, Wednesday, Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)
     
    September 28th, Monday, 1st Day of the Holiday of Tabernacles (Sukkot)
    September 29th, Tuesday, 2nd Day of the Holiday of Tabernacles (Sukkot)
    October 5th, Monday, End of the Holiday of Tabernacles (Shmini Atseret)
    October 6th, Tuesday, Festival of Torah (Simchat Tora)
     
    December 24th, Thursday , Christmas Eve (Jouluaatto)
    December 25th, Friday, Christmas Day (Joulupäivä)