He returned to Galilee
In the synoptic gospels, the Last Supper marked the day of the Passover, a day that Jews mark by a ritual meal. The next day, he was tried, crucified and buried. In the Gospel According to John, Jesus washed the feet of the disciples on the day before the Passover, with no particular emphasis on the supper they had. Jesus was tried, crucified and buried on the day of the Passover.
The Israelites journeyed into the wilderness of Shur (Exodus ch.15).
Passover massacre happened on 2002-03-27.
Shavuoth is the fiftieth day after the second day of Passover.
If you believe as many do, that Jesus died on Passover, than Jesus died at the same time that the Passover Lamb was being killed in the temple. At 3:00 PM. So Jesus is our passover Lamb, the Feast of Passover was only a picture of what Jesus was going to do for us as Hebrew chapter 10 teaches us. There is some thought that Jesus died on Thrs. not Friday, But no matter what, it was the day of Passover. The mix up comes because the day after His dieth was the sabbath (Saturday). But the day after Passover is the day of Unleaven Bread. It is a high day, the same as a sabbath and is none as a sabbath. So that might be what is meant when the Bible says Sabbath.
The first day of Passover in 1836 was April 2nd.
There is the fast of the firstborn where firstborn males are supposed to fast the day of the eve of Passover. Once Passover starts, there is no fasting.
Jews still celebrate Passover to this day.
In America and every other non-Jewish nation, yes the post office runs during Passover. However in Israel the post office is closed the first day and the last day of Passover.
It was the Passover evening meal. He was crucified on the Passover day as in Jewish tradition, a day begins and ends at sunset.
There are around 25 weeks (177 days) between the first day of Passover and the first day of Sukkot.