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When was Passover in 2010?

The Passover / Pesach 2010 Count Up Clock displays how much time has elapsed since the date and exact time when Passover began in 2010 in Montréal, Québec, Canada, where we are located. In the Jewish calendar, Passover always begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan. In the Gregorian calendar, the Passover festival in 2010 officially began just after either sunset or just after nightfall - depending on the authoritative rabbinical opinion one follows - on Monday evening, March 29th, 2010 (nightfall is defined in Jewish law as being "the end of sunset", and occurs anytime from 20 minutes to 1 hour after sunset, depending on one's geographic latitude and where one is located in the world) at exactly 7:00:37 P.M. in Montréal, Québec, Canada, where we are located (Source - MyZmanim.com). Again, the exact time for when Passover officially began on Monday, March 29, 2010 varied depending on one's geographic latitude and where one is located in the world.

When did Passover end in 2010?

The festival of Passover in 2010 concluded either at sunset or at nightfall (depending on the authoritative rabbinical opinion one follows; nightfall is anywhere from 20 minutes to 1 hour after sunset, depending on one's geographic latitude and where one is located in the world I.E. nightfall is known in Jewish law as "the end of sunset") on Monday evening, April 5th, 2010 for Jews who celebrate Passover for 7 days (most Reform Jews and Reconstructionist Jews, some Conservative Jews, and Jews living in Israel). The festival of Passover in 2010 concluded either at sunset or at nightfall on Tuesday evening, April 6, 2010 for Jews who celebrate Passover for 8 days (Jews living outside of Israel, some Reform Jews and Reconstructionist Jews, and some Conservative Jews).

To find out about counting down to Passover in 2011, check out our Passover 2011 Countdown Clock.

To see future dates for Passover, you can check out our Passover Date page.


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