Nowroz, New Year in Afghanistan

Nowroz, New Year in Afghanistan

Nowruz marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year - the Nowruz festival is traditionally celebrated over a two-week period.

Preparations for the big day usually start after Chaharshanbe-Suri, the last Tuesday night of the year.

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New Years Eve In Albania

New Years Eve In Albania

New Year in Albania is celebrated in its own way. The country celebrates both the English New Year and the traditional New Year (Nowruz). The English New year is celebrated as usual on the 1st of January throughout Albania. Nowruz - 21 of march.

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New Year in Algeria

New Year in Algeria

The Amazigh people of Algeria celebrated New Year 2598 on January 12th with traditional festivities, special food and parties reflecting their cultural heritage and ethnic pride. The annual event, known as "Yennayer", marks the beginning of the new farming year.

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New Year in Andorra

New Year in Andorra

New Year in Andorra is all about dancing, singing, merry-making and whiskey drinking.
It is the biggest party of the year for the natives. New Year in Andorra is celebrated with great pomp and show.

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New Year In Argentina - Traditions and Customs

New Year In Argentina - Traditions and Customs

Argentina, the second largest country of South America, is considered to be a land where people prefer to strictly abide by the customs and traditions of the country, and more precisely the beliefs of Roman Catholic. Argentina holds a long ancient history of passing on these traditions and customs from one generation to another.

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New Year in Armenia

New Year in Armenia

For ages, New Year in Armenia is celebrated on the 21st of March. New Year in Armenia also marks the beginning of spring and the birthday of the mythical God Vahangn. Armenian New Year is characterized by huge feasts, merriment and also to celebrate the sweet season of spring.

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New Year in Australia

New Year in Australia

New Year is celebrated with great enthusiasm and gaiety by whole of Australia. January 1 is the New Year's day in Australia as per the Gregorian Calendar. New Year Celebrations end on January 6.

New Year Eve Celebration

All discotheques, pubs, clubs, hotels, party halls and even beaches are crowded with party maniacs. Australians celebrate the day with high spirits and excitement. Even if they are at homes, levels of energy are very high. As soon as church bells ring at 12 midnight, everyone start producing loud noises with trumpets, drums, horns etc and wish each other Happy New Year.

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Silvester in Salzburg: New Year's Eve

Silvester in Salzburg: New Year's Eve

The 31st of December is the day of Saint Sylvester - therefore, Austrians refer to New Years Eve as "Silvester". Salzburg offers a range of attractive activities every year that make it a popular destination for many people who want to have a good time welcoming the new year.

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New Year Eve Belarus

New Year Eve Belarus

New Year in Belarus is celebrated with great warmth and gusto like all other countries. Belarus is accompanied by wide stretches of continuous birch groves and wooden villages give it an enchanting beauty.

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New Year in Belgium

New Year in Belgium

The New Year in Belgium has its own color and charm which reminds of the colonial essence and the rich culture of the Dutch capital. Belgium with its fine arts and architecture provides the right passion and sheer enthusiasm to the New Year celebration.

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