First Country To Celebrate New Year

By | December 26, 2016

First Country To Celebrate New Year

Which country celebrates New Year's Eve first, and which country celebrates it last?

The place that was the first to celebrate New Year's day on January 1, 2013 is Kiribati Island. It is a wildlife sanctuary and access to alot of the island …

The place that was the first to celebrate New Year's day on January 1, 2013 is Kiribati Island. It is a wildlife sanctuary and access to alot of the island …

… were the first places in the world to welcome the new year on Friday. Auckland in New Zealand was the world's first major city to mark 2016, …

Traditional first sea plunge of the year in Barcelona, Spain, saw hundreds of people on a cold and rainy morning to welcome 2013

More than 200,000 people witnessed the light show and New Year countdown in Shanghai on Monday night

#1DayTo2016: Do you know which is the first country to celebrate the New Year?

… Costa Rica Qatar Qatar Japan Japan Oman Oman United States of America United States of America Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand Israel Israel …

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Christmas and Halloween aren't celebrated …

SAMOA KIRIBATI IS THE FIRST COUNTRY TO CELEBRATE NEW YEAR.

Video thumbnail, Samoa rings in the New Year with a traditional celebration

The last country to celebrate New Year is Baker Island.

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New Year is a holiday celebrated in the last day of the previous year and in

Video thumbnail, Watch New Zealand celebrate New Year's Eve 2016

First Country To Celebrate New Year


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