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About New Year's Day
New Year's Day is the first day of the year. In all countries which follow Gregorian calendar will celebrate the New Year’s Day at January 1. New Year’s Day is celebrated with religious, cultural and social observances. It is marked with rites and ceremonies symbolizing the casting off the old and welcoming the New Year. This holiday is celebrated in lots of countries around the world from ancient Roman times although different dates were also used. It is celebrated as the New Year starts with fireworks at the stroke of 12 at midnight. In Uruguay this day is celebrated with all families will join together in any of their friend’s or relative’s house and celebrate with parties, dinners and fireworks. Greetings will be exchanged among each others with “HAPPY NEW YEAR” wishes and gifts. The “HAPPY NEW YEAR” wishes will be heard for some of the day in the year. In all countries using Gregorian calendar except Israel it is a public holiday. Some Eastern Orthodox churches follow the Julian calendar as the main calendar. So, they celebrate the New Year at January 14 instead of January 1. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like New Year's Day. Customize New Year's Day reminders, New Year's Day gift suggestions, New Year's Day event planning, New Year's Day history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like New Year's Day online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for New Year's Day.
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