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How New Year's Eve is celebrated in 7 different countries
New Year celebrations in New York's Times Square
Ringing in the new year and bidding adieu to the old one is a tradition that spans the globe. But it's not just all fireworks and glittery ball drops everywhere. Some celebrate by eating 12 grapes, while others smash fine china.
If you're looking for a celebration that's a little off the beaten path this year, check out our list below of seven unique New Year's Eve traditions around the world.
1. Hogmanay in Edinburgh
Smashing things against someone's house might be considered bad luck — but in Denmark, people hold on to chipped dishes and glasses all year just for New Year's Eve.
5.Feasting Seven, Nine, or 12 Times in Estonia
Foodies and gourmands should head to Estonia for New Year's Eve -- not only is the capital city of Tallinn exceptionally gorgeous, but the New Year's Eve tradition of eating a lucky number of meals makes for a good excuse to indulge.
Junkanoo, a Bahamian festival that takes place on both Boxing Day and New Year's Day (the party starts at 2 a.m. on the first day of the year), is a can't-miss if you're visiting Nassau during the winter.
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