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Various - Around The World (New Year's Gift) mp3 flac

There are other weird new year’s traditions around the world such as wearing red underwear on New Year’s Eve in Italy, bringing a gift for others to bring good luck in Scotland, eating round foods in Philippines, swimming in a frozen lake in Russia and Siberia, wearing white clothes in Brazil, burning scarecrows, putting a coin in the cake to bring

New Year's Eve is a practically universal holiday that's often celebrated with fireworks, parties, and a toast to a happy and healthy year to come. But different countries around the world ring in the New Year with unique cultural traditions. INSIDER has rounded up some of the most fascinating New Year's Eve celebrations around the world. In Stonehaven, Scotland, people wield large fireballs for the Hogmanay festival on New Year's Eve to ward off evil spirits. A fireball swinger wields his fireball during the Hogmanay festival. Christopher Furlong/ Getty Images. The most famous of Scotland's many New Year's Hogmanay fire festivals is the one in Stonehaven, where right before midnight a parade of trained professionals swing balls of fire over their head and then toss them into the sea.

On New Year’s Eve, the priestesses dress up in blue and white for an auspicious ceremony celebrated for the water goddess. Also a sacrificial boat filled with jewelery, candles and flowers from the beach of Rio de Janeiro is pushed to the ocean that brings health, wealth and happiness for them. Austria: Austrians find good luck charm in Suckling pigs. They serve it on the dinner table with edible pigs and the peppermint ice creams are served as desserts for fortune. German: Lead is considered to be auspicious here.

Many Spanish and Latin American people eat 12 grapes, one with each of the twelve chimes at midnight. If you fail to cram the 12 grapes into your mouth at the right time, you will be threatened by bad luck. That’s fun, but needs some practice. In another spot of the world, Estonia, the number 12, alongside 7 and 9, is incorporated into the New Year’s day as a lucky number

Photos: New Year's 2017 celebrations around the world. North Koreans watch a fireworks display at the Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea. 13 of 24. Photos: New Year's 2017 celebrations around the world. Fireworks illuminate the city's skyline during a New Year's Eve celebration in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 14 of 24. Swimmers plunge into the cold water for the traditional New Year's Eve swim in Moossee, a lake in Moosseedorf, Switzerland.

Out with a bang! New Year's Eve fireworks around the world – video. Naaman Zhou (now), Mattha Busby and Ben Quinn (earlier). Some pictures of New Year’s Day in Japan – where people are visiting the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo. A girl throws a coin as she offers prayers at the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters.

stroke of midnight - expression to describe the exact moment of time change from one day to the next. bonfire – n. a large fire built in the open air. effigy – n. a large doll made to look like someone who is disliked or hated : effigies plural

New Year is celebrated in various ways in different countries. Read about New Year celebrations around the world. New Year is one of the oldest festive occasions, which is universally celebrated. It is the time when people celebrate the arrival of the forthcoming year and bid goodbye to the year that has passed by. New Year is celebrated all over the world, though not necessarily on 1st of January. It is interesting to note that not all the countries follow the same calendar. Countries like China, India and Israel have their own versions of lunar calendar and celebrate New Year at different periods.

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1 Flat Earth Society Obx-a
Written-By, Composed By – J. Rietbergen*, R. Molendijk*
10:21
2 Michel De Hey Frei D.
Written-By, Composed By – M. de Hey*
6:28

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A new year's figt by DJ Ronald Molendijk and DJ Michel de Hey