World New Year’s Eve celebrations
New year’s which is also known as the “old year’s day”. In most of the country around the world celebrate the new year’s eve in the evening with social gatherings, where many people dance, eat and drink. The celebration usually celebrates on midnight into new year’s day 1st Jan.
New York City, New York
New year’s eve in the new york’s state times square defines the night for almost more than 1 billion people around the world who watch on TV. Almost, more than 1 million people waiting for the Waterford crystal LED ball to drop from the former New York Times Building, for which the iconic square is fixed. It’s an American tradition which is more than 100 years old.
In Morocco, New Year’s Eve is celebrated with family and friends. People get together for a dance and laugh. Traditionally, people celebrate this at homes, but some give preference to go to nightclubs. At the midnight, fireworks are displayed across Ain Diab, in the corniche of Casablanca.
Mexicans celebrate the New Year’s Eve, by eating a bunch of grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock’s bell during the midnight countdown, while making a pray with each one. Mexican people decorate homes with lights and with parties which show wishes for the upcoming year.
Mexicans people also celebrate with a late-night dinner with their families and family. After all, many people attend parties outside the home, for example, in night clubs.
New Year’s Eve is generally celebrated with fireworks in big cities like Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, and Islamabad). Musical nights and concerts are also held with friends and families.
People in Spain celebrate the New Year’s eve by swallowing twelve grapes—one for each stroke of the clock at midnight. Finishing them on the time is considered to be a symbol of good luck in the upcoming new year. People gather in front of the clock in Puerta del Sol plaza for the annual ritual and line Gran Via to watch fireworks.
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