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Rosh Hashana / Yom Kippur Editable Poster

Rosh Hashana Poster

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A decorative poster celebrating the 2 day festival known as Rosh Hashanah. Rosh Hashanah is the first of the Jewish High Holy Days known as the Days of Awe and it marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year.As well as a Star of David the poster also depicts a rams horn known as a Shofar which is blown to signal the start of the Days of Awe and some apples and honey which are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah as a symbol of the sweet New Year ahead. It is put together in Microsoft Word with editable text enabling you to alter the greeting. As such it could also be used for Yom Kippur celebrations.

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  1. Evelyn Thomas

    Me encanta hacer esos carteles para las fiestas

  2. Jess

    Signing up

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