On New Year’s Eve they come to Norway for a real miracle – the northern lights
Well, in case you’d truly inquire me, I would deliver you a list of places I discover appropriate for a Christmas get-away that wouldn’t incorporate Norway (or any of the Nordic nations for that matter), but I truly don’t need to demolish your Christmas soul.
A new node in Georgia is celebrated for three days, they see off the old one, they meet a new one and celebrate the successful coming year, so that it is always more fun than the previous one. This type of celebration originated from paganism and has been preserved for centuries.
Asian countries have their own traditions, different food, different customs. In Japan, for example, due to the constant workload, workers are literally forced to take a weekend out on New Year’s, so that they have the opportunity to relax.
New Year is a time of miracles. This is a holiday for which wishes are made. It is no coincidence that there is a saying in Eastern countries – how you celebrate the New Year, so you will spend it. But the truth is, people believe that you need to celebrate the New Year as you want your whole next year to pass. For some, this is an occasion to see relatives for the first time in a long time. And for someone it is an opportunity to rethink their life and decide what is still worth changing, improving. This is the time to let go of the past and look into the new, unknown, beautiful.