Sukkot Around the World

Written by Cook Kosher on Wednesday, 12 October 2011. Posted in Table Toppers

A Sukkah is a temporary hut constructed for the use of the week-long festival of Sukkot. A Sukkah has to have 3 walls and a roof covering of "sechach" - material that came from the ground, commonly used are bamboo sticks, pine branches, wood or palm leaves.

Here is a selection of sukkah's from our members and some places around the globe. We'll be updating the post so don't forget to send us your photo to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  .

Our first photos are sukkahs from the Kotel. Notice the silver etched Shivas Haminim on the outside wall? It looks really amazing in real life.


If we are building a temporary hut, it doesn't mean it can't be beautiful. This sukkah is fit for a king and one of the most elegant sukkah's we've seen.


This week we should be spending as much time in the Sukkah and this is an example of how inviting it is it. With space for a couch why would you want to leave?


Another beautiful Sukkah:



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