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About New Year's Day
The Republic of Latvia was founded in 1918 on land along Baltic Sea, the coast in Northern Europe. January 1 is celebrated as New Year’s Day here. Latvian families perform variety of traditional rituals for their well being. Celebrations for New Year's Day begin on the eve of the New Year on December 31. On the eve of New Year, people gather together to have fun and once the clock strikes at 12, they greet each other a ‘Happy New Year’, burst the firecrackers and cut the cake. Taking New Year resolutions on January 1 is a tradition. The tradition is to adopt new ideas by giving up old bad ideas. Many people participate in sports, Parades and enjoy the events. It is observed a holiday on New Year's Day. On New Year Day People usually go out on vacation. On New Year Day champagne toasting is common in many Latvian families. The President and Prime Minister address the people on TV. People wear new clothes on New Year Day.
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