Day: December 6, 201706 / Dec / 2017
Different civilisations from across the globe have been celebrating the New Year for at least four millennia. Today, for the most part, the New Year is celebrated on New Year’s Eve, which marks the end of the Gregorian calendar (December 31), with celebrations continuing into the early hours.
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