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  • In every country people celebrate New Year, but in each of them it looks different, depending on their culture and tradition.

  • Let's look at some countries.

  • Italy.

  • The Italians used to throw old junk through the windows on the New Year's night to get rid of troubles of the old year.

  • Japan.

  • In Japan on the New Year you can hear 108 bell strokes for different vices.

  • There are greed, stupidity, anger and others.

  • Once the New Year arrives, Japanese laugh out loud as laughter is believed to bring good luck.

  • Venezuela.

  • New Year has to be met wearing yellow underwear as it is believed to bring good luck.

  • Venezuelans write down all their wishes.

  • When midnight is closed they gather their wish notes and burn them.

  • France.

  • There is an old belief that noise chases bad spirits away so French cities are extremely noisy on New Year's night.

  • The French believe that the first person to enter the house symbolizes what that year will be like.

  • Philippines.

  • Children in Philippines have to jump 10 times at the New Year's midnight if they want to grow tall.

  • Denmark.

  • The Danish collect dishes for the whole year and then throw at their friends doors.

  • If a Dane finds a lot of broken plates at his door on the New Year morning, he is happy.

  • His life is good and he has a lot of friends.

  • If you know interesting New Year traditions in these or other countries, feel free to share them in the comments.

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In every country people celebrate New Year, but in each of them it looks different, depending on their culture and tradition.

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New Year Celebration In Different Countries

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    Minnie posted on 2021/01/01
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