Tomorrow marks the first day of the New Year 2022, and on this occasion every year, countries around the world organize celebrations, and citizens of all countries participate in these celebrations whose ways differ from one country to another.
Every country has its own way of celebrating, but most of the way it celebrates is by attending concerts by different singers, waiting for the clock to strike twelve o’clock after midnight, and setting off fireworks.
The strangest New Year’s celebrations of previous years
In an unusual way, some people around the world celebrate the New Year in their own way, strangely, and we monitor the most strange celebrations around the world.
– A man dressed as Santa Claus feeds a giraffe, wishing to give animals special gifts on this occasion
People participated in the “Half-Naked Santa” race in downtown Budapest, Hungary
– Someone in France made their own dog pee in front of a Christmas tree in Paris
– A person in Slovenia, dressed as Santa Claus, clung to a rope and descended from the rooftop of a children’s clinic to cheer them up on the occasion of the New Year
– Some individuals in Alexandria in Egypt broke a number of dishes or anything that could be broken, so they stood on the balconies of the houses at exactly twelve o’clock midnight on New Year’s Eve and broke everything that was breakable, as an expression of their desire to get out of depression and not continue It’s up to them for next year.
– In one year, the surplus of the grape crop in Spain was large, so the farmers decided to give it to the residents for free, and the citizens threw 12 grapes in the last 12 seconds before midnight, then the celebration began.
Argentines wore pink colored underwear to celebrate the New Year, and presented their right foot over the left to mark the New Year.
– All the citizens of Brazil dressed in white, in the belief that it would scare away evil spirits and keep them away through the New Year.
– One of the strange customs in Germany, is to hide pickles somewhere inside the branches of trees, and give a gift in addition to any child who finds it.
Austrians celebrate Christmas in a spooky way, relying on the masks of one of the scary characters who appear to punish bad children throughout the year.