Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to countdown the days, hours and minutes with us until the start of the new year. We’ll bring the champagne if you bring the merry singing of Auld Lang Syne.
Did you know that not all cultures celebrate New Year’s on January 1st? Or that the original New Year’s was celebrated in March, not January? Come learn more about the history behind New Year’s celebrations and other fun New Year’s facts.
And while you are busy making out your list of New Year’s resolutions, take a few moments to learn about where this — and many other — New Year’s traditions began. If you are hosting a party this New Year’s Eve, you may also be interested in our article about traditional New Year’s food. We cover cuisine across the globe, including an American favorite: Black Eyed Peas.
Whatever your plans and wherever you will be, we look forward to toasting in a healthy, happy New Year together with our favorite readers!
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