In the Gregorian calendar, New Year's Eve, the last day of the year, is on December 31, and is celebrated at evening social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks to mark the New Year.  The celebrations generally go on past midnight into January 1 (New Year's Day):  Paris.

New Year's Eve in Paris; I saw fireworks by the Eiffel Tower on Bastille Day but my view wasn't this good!

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Fireworks in Vancouver for the annual Celebration of Lights. "Celebration of Lights 2011 -In Vancouver BC." This was a great experience we got to do a couple of times. Highly recommend it, in the summer. Reflections of fireworks on the water.

Fireworks at Itsukushima Shrine(Miyajima), Hiroshima, Japan

Miyajima water fireworks -- Japan Fireworks display be held in offshore Itsukushima (嚴島) shrine. Fireworks in water open to the silhouette of a torii is a fireworks display to represent our country.

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Fireworks in Vancouver for the annual Celebration of Lights. "Celebration of Lights 2011 -In Vancouver BC." This was a great experience we got to do a couple of times. Highly recommend it, in the summer. Reflections of fireworks on the water.

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Happy New Year! A spectacular rainbow firework display over the lake at Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche in France

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Students' ideas are like fire works. They are bright, beautiful, and shoot high above those around them. As teachers, we need to encourage our students to shoot for and create things of beautry

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You light up my life ~ Oxford lake fireworks ~ Photo by SepiaBillo. Some various shots from the Oxford fireworks show at the Lake Saturday night.

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Walt Disney World EPCOT Center Illuminations - Reflections of Earth Be sure to press “L” and view large. Spectators get a front and center view of the nightly fireworks show “Illuminations - Reflections of Earth” in EPCOT’s Future World.


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