God instructed the Jewish people to build sukkot, or booths, and live in them for seven days during the Feast of Sukkot, so that all generations would know that He made Israel dwell in booths during their 40 years in the wilderness. Jewish people still build sukkot to observe the week-long holiday, and each sukkah (singular of sukkot) is to have three sides with a natural, leafy roof. As they look up through the loosely woven branches, Jewish people can see the night sky and remember God’s promise to make Abraham’s descendants as numerous as the stars in the heavens. This handsome Sukkah Replica is perfect for displaying on a coffee table or desk. It is made of resin and measures 4.5” x 4.5” x 3.5”.