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About New Year's Day
The New Year's Day of the Suriname is celebrated on 1st January each year. Suriname people celebrate the New Year with lots of drinks, music and fireworks. New Year is an occasion that is celebrated worldwide and young as well as adults take part in the activities that are related to the New Year festivity. January 1 marks the end of a period of remembrance of a particular passing year, especially on radio, television, and in newspapers, which usually starts right after Christmas Day.New Year is celebrated all over the world with great excitement and great enthusiasm. On the eve of New Year, the citizens of Suriname spend time with their friend’s family members and relatives. In order to celebrate New Year, in Suriname one has to book tickets as well as hotels in advance as people from all over the world gather at this place to spend their New Year. New Year is an occasion that is celebrated worldwide and young as well as adults take part in the activities that are related to the New Year festivity. The entire world is draped in color and vibrancy during this day.
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