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About New Year's Day
New Year will be celebrated on first of the New Year. Except Israel all other follower countries of Gregorian calendar New Year is a Public Holiday. Fireworks at the stroke of midnight New Year celebrations will starts. Followers of Julian calendar like some of the eastern orthodox churches will celebrate New Year on January 14 according to Gregorian calendar as January 1st on the Julian calendar corresponds on that day. On every New Year across the globe people will celebrate the day with cakes, cockes mouth-watering dishes and much more. On this day every on will be enjoying and atmosphere will filled with excitement. People exchange greeting cards, gifts and sending wishes will start from 31st December mid night only. The first New Year celebration started 4000 years ago marked the first New Moon after the Vernal Equinox, Many believe it was first observed in ancient Babylon. At that time New Year celebrations last for 11 days.
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