Ramadan Calendar 2017 Italy - When Is Ramadan 2017


Insha'Allah, Ramadan will begin on Saturday May 27 in Italy. It is expected that in 2017 will have 30 days of Ramadan and Sunday, June 25 will end (dates may vary, it is recommended to wait until the official announcement)
English: When is the first day of Ramadan in Italy? InshaAllah, in Italy, will begin during May 2017 Saturday, 27th.

Ramadan Calendar Italy and Suhoor / Iftar Prayer Hours

Calculation method: Muslim World League 
RamadanDateDaySuhoor Times 
(Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Palermo)
Iftar Times 
(Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Palermo)
127th maySaturday03:37 AM - 03:19 AM - 03:37 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:58 AM8:35 PM - 9:00 PM - 8:24 PM - 9:04 PM - 8:20 PM
228th maySunday03:36 AM - 03:18 AM - 03:36 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:57 AM8:35 PM - 9:01 PM - 8:25 PM - 9:05 PM - 8:21 PM
329th mayMonday03:35 AM - 03:16 AM - 03:35 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:56 AM8:36 PM - 9:02 PM - 8:26 PM - 9:06 PM - 8:22 PM
430th mayTuesday03:34 AM - 03:14 AM - 03:34 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:55 AM8:37 PM - 9:02 PM - 8:27 PM - 9:07 PM - 8:22 PM
531st mayWednesday03:33 AM - 03:13 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:23 AM - 03:54 AM8:38 PM - 9:03 PM - 8:28 PM - 9:08 PM - 8:23 PM
61st JuneThursday03:32 AM - 03:11 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:22 AM - 03:53 AM8:39 PM - 9:04 PM - 8:28 PM - 9:09 PM - 8:24 PM
72nd JuneFriday03:31 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:21 AM - 03:53 AM8:39 PM - 9:05 PM - 8:29 PM - 9:10 PM - 8:24 PM
83rd JuneSaturday03:30 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:19 AM - 03:52 AM8:40 PM - 9:06 PM - 8:30 PM - 9:10 PM - 8:25 PM
9June 4thSunday03:29 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:18 AM - 03:51 AM8:41 PM - 9:07 PM - 8:30 PM - 9:11 PM - 8:26 PM
10June 5thMonday03:28 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:29 AM - 03:17 AM - 03:51 AM8:42 PM - 9:08 PM - 8:31 PM - 9:12 PM - 8:26 PM
116th JuneTuesday03:27 AM - 03:05 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:16 AM - 03:50 AM8:42 PM - 9:08 PM - 8:32 PM - 9:13 PM - 8:27 PM
127th JuneWednesday03:26 AM - 03:04 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:15 AM - 03:50 AM8:43 PM - 9:09 PM - 8:32 PM - 9:14 PM - 8:27 PM
138th JuneThursday03:26 AM - 03:03 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:14 AM - 03:49 AM8:44 PM - 9:10 PM - 8:33 PM - 9:14 PM - 8:28 PM
149th JuneFriday03:25 AM - 03:02 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:13 AM - 03:49 AM8:44 PM - 9:10 PM - 8:34 PM - 9:15 PM - 8:29 PM
1510th JuneSaturday03:25 AM - 03:01 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:12 AM - 03:49 AM8:45 PM - 9:11 PM - 8:34 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:29 PM
1611th JuneSunday03:24 AM - 03:00 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:11 AM - 03:48 AM8:45 PM - 9:12 PM - 8:35 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:30 PM
1712th JuneMonday03:24 AM - 02:59 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:11 AM - 03:48 AM8:46 PM - 9:12 PM - 8:35 PM - 9:17 PM - 8:30 PM
1813th JuneTuesday03:23 AM - 02:59 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:48 AM8:46 PM - 9:13 PM - 8:36 PM - 9:17 PM - 8:31 PM
1914th JuneWednesday03:23 AM - 02:58 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:48 AM8:47 PM - 9:13 PM - 8:36 PM - 9:18 PM - 8:31 PM
2015th JuneThursday03:23 AM - 02:58 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:48 AM8:47 PM - 9:14 PM - 8:37 PM - 9:18 PM - 8:31 PM
2116th JuneFriday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:24 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:47 AM8:48 PM - 9:14 PM - 8:37 PM - 9:19 PM - 8:32 PM
2217th JuneSaturday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:24 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:47 AM8:48 PM - 9:15 PM - 8:37 PM - 9:19 PM - 8:32 PM
2318th JuneSunday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:24 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:48 AM8:48 PM - 9:15 PM - 8:38 PM - 9:19 PM - 8:32 PM
2419th JuneMonday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:24 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:48 AM8:49 PM - 9:15 PM - 8:38 PM - 9:20 PM - 8:33 PM
2520th JuneTuesday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:48 AM8:49 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:38 PM - 9:20 PM - 8:33 PM
2621st JuneWednesday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:48 AM8:49 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:38 PM - 9:20 PM - 8:33 PM
2722nd JuneThursday03:23 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:48 AM8:49 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:39 PM - 9:20 PM - 8:33 PM
2823rd JuneFriday03:24 AM - 02:57 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:48 AM8:50 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:39 PM - 9:21 PM - 8:34 PM
2924th JuneSaturday03:24 AM - 02:58 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:49 AM8:50 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:39 PM - 9:21 PM - 8:34 PM
30
End of Ramadan on Italy (Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, Naples, Bologna, Verona, Pisa, Siena, Genoa, Turin, Palermo, Perugia, Syracuse, Pama, Pompeii, Amalfi, Rimini, Sorrento, Reggio Calabria, etc.)
25th JuneSunday03:24 AM - 02:58 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:49 AM8:50 PM - 9:16 PM - 8:39 PM - 9:21 PM - 8:34 PM
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When Ramadan begins and ends?

According to the Islamic calendar, the first day of Ramadan kareem begins with the appearance of the crescent moon on the last day of the month of Shaban. If 29 Shaban, due to weather conditions or for any other reason Luna become not visible, you may want to start the month of Ramadan after leaving Shaban complete his 30 days. Similarly, it is the last day of Ramadan Mubarak shawwal when the moon becomes visible or Ramadan complete his 30 days.

Ramadan calendar dates Italy

YearFirst RamadanLast Ramadan
2015June 18, ThursdayJuly 17, Friday
2016June 7, TuesdayJuly 6, Wednesday
2017May 27, SaturdayJune 25, Sunday
2018May 17, ThursdayJune 14, Thursday
2019May 6, MondayJune 4, Tuesday
2020April 24, FridayMay 23, Saturday
2021April 13, TuesdayMay 12, Wednesday
2022April 3, SundayMay 2, Monday
2023March 23, ThursdayApril 21, Friday
2024March 11, MondayApril 9, Tuesday

About Ramadan month

Ramadan is the month of fasting that is done during the hours of sunshine. It means that during Fast you can eat or drink before sunrise and after sunset, alone. How nice to see thousands of people who unite on a single act of worship, and an act that is pure in every form. Ramadan is that time of year when Muslims around the world come together for a unique religious ritual of fasting by Dawn until dusk. They wake before dawn, taking a heavy meal of food (s), and then start their fast offering night prayers. At sunset, they break the fast with variety of foods and fruits prepared iftari. In the time between sunrise and sunset, they are to abstain from food, water, liquids, from intercourse and from all types of unwanted behavior. One must clean himself from all evils and wrongs of a society. It is not just a physical endurance test in terms of hunger, but also a spiritual test. 

Ramadan falls substantially in the ninth lunar month begins with the sighting the new moon and ends with the sighting of the moon next month. This period of fasting will be different for each area, depending on their schedules. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (farz) of every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The obligation of fasting is mentioned in this verse the Qur'an;

"O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain taqwa [consciousness of God]. "- The Qur'an, Al-Baqarah: 183


Fasting is essential for all healthy people, and some exceptions for people who fall into one of the categories below are authorized;

  • Children under the age of maturity. The girls reach the age of 12 and boys reach of 15. Before that age, they must fast for half a day or so, to develop the habit.
  • Older people and those who are very sick can skip fasting. Instead they have to feed one poor person for each day that has been ignored.
  • Women who are pregnant or menstruating can skip days and make up for the days later.
  • People who work hard working or traveling can make up the lost days when they have time later.

This leniency is there because Islam does not want to put unnecessary burdens on his followers. There are also some situations when the person accidentally or unknowingly eat or drink something. In this case his fast is not broken, but rather a penalty to be paid which is also known as Kafaarah. As Kafaarah the person has to arrange food for the poor and take responsibility for their fasting. The Kafaarah differs for different situations and can be discussed with some scholars learned for details. 

And to name of few countries random checking visitors currently includes; Spain , Russia , Turkey , France , Germany , and Australia . 

When a person fasts, does not mean that he / she must remain idle at home and wait for the sunset. The person is required to continue his daily routine like any other day with the usual chores. This is actually where the test of patience is because as the person manages to stay away from food, as well as bad behavior. As mentioned before, it is also a spiritual rebirth, as it is a physical ritual. Fasting is an amazing ritual and this can be deduced from the many benefits that it holds.