It is interesting to know how was New Year celebrations in different countries? In this news you can see and learn about Christmas traditions of different peoples.
1. Artist Havinder Singh Gill, shows the inscription "Schaslivogo New Year!" Which he carved from crayons, Amritsar, India.

2. The man wrote "2011" torch on the snow-covered field in Siversdorfe, East Germany.

3. A man dressed as a viking, rehearses his remark on Calton Hill before the start of New Year celebrations in Edinburgh, Scotland.

4. Man hair cut his beard in the form of 2011 in a barbershop in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad.

5. Men shave their heads in the New Year with style, in Karada, India.

6. Man cuts out the image "2011" in honor of the New Year at the barber in the northern Indian city of Allahabad.

7. Sadhu or Hindu holy man paints the figures of the New Year on the forehead by the River Ganges in Allahabad, India.

8. Children write "2011" on the snow-covered field in Shimla, India.
9. The students sat down in the form of the inscription "Welcome to 2011!" During New Year celebrations outside his school in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad.

10. Pupils are in the form of giant figures in 2011 during the celebration of the New Year in a primary school in Suining, Sichuan province, southwestern China.

11. Women Lute water and foam from the window of his office in the old district of Montevideo, and it all falls on the guard who comes down on the sidewalk. Before the New Year people pull out the last page of the calendar, and Lutes water from a bucket or fill it with balloons, and, as a rule, pour neighbors to celebrate the end of the year.

12. Ice Queen Celebrates New Year in downtown Newcastle.

13. People dressed as Santa Claus and his granddaughter, the Snow Maiden participate in the parade for the New Year in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

14. Race participants, dressed as Santa Claus, hugs Siberian Husky, before racing to the dogs on the river bank near the Mann Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.

15. Balinese dancers during a parade in honor of the New Year on the main road in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.

16. Russell Gooderham from Kimbolton Fireworks set for a show of fireworks Edinburgh's Hogmanay Midnight Fireworks at Edinburgh Castle. During the show will be used more than 2000 individual fireworks and 5 km of cables.

17. Bonfire of Christmas trees in the neighborhood Floradopa, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In the city a bonfire is a tradition for New Year.

18. Times Square. New Year's ball is tested in New York. 5-ton crystal ball will be placed on a flagpole, a height of 43 feet, to mark the beginning of 2011.

19. A group of workers working on New Year's ball, which will contain Snooki Nicole Polizzi, star of MTV Jersey Shore in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.

20. Work mounts Chinese characters which reads "New" among the decorative red lanterns in front of celebrating the New Year in Beijing.

21. One of the thousands of participants during the annual carnival is on the streets of Hillbrow in Johannesburg, South Africa.

22. In the carnival shows the diversity of the country.

23. About 180 people attended the traditional New Year swim on Lake Constance, Germany.

24. The child is dressed in a bear suit during the New Year ritual dances in Komanesti, Romania.

25. Members of the Trade Association of São Paulo releasing balloons into the sky colors of Brazilian flag to celebrate the end of the year in Sao Paulo.


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