jueves, 31 de diciembre de 2015

December 31: New Year’s Eve is celebrated every year on December 31, in the Gregorian calendar. It is a day when people celebrate the end of the year and receive the new year with joy.






Tradition to celebrate New Year’s Eve varies from one place to another and from one country to another.

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According to tradition, during New Year’s Eve, families gather to dine together, to start the year with all family members. More and more people decide to celebrate this day in restaurants where you can enjoy a Christmas menu.




Dinner in any case usually copious and in many houses is very elaborate since around her family members in many cases much time they cannot share a meal together does come together. The dinner cannot miss the Christmas cakes, turkey, pork in some countries and spirituous liquors and Champagne.


Happy New Years Eve is the common greeting which is exchanged amongst people at midnight of 31st December, because the night of December 31st is known as New Years Eve, the night before New Year. In many countries New Years Eve is also known as Saint Sylvesters Day or Old Years Day, in the Georgian calendar. Happy New Years Eve is celebrated all over the world. To celebrate New Years Eve, people host New Years Eve parties, socialize amongst friends and family, dance and drink, and count down the last few seconds of the present year together. This is often followed by a breathtaking display of fireworks marking the end of the present year, and the beginning of a new one. New Years Eve is a festive holiday celebrated all over the world where each country and individuals arrange a unique display of fireworks as a tradition.