chime! The Germans 'ticking' them, standing on chairs. And with his last hit with cries of joy and congratulations to "jump" in the New Year. In the German capital Berlin parade stretched for two kilometers. People dance and sing. For more information see NYC Marathon. The Germans, it must be said, not couch potatoes. Perhaps check out Shimmie Horn for more information. "Vprygnuv" in the New Year, celebrate it is preferred to pubs and restaurants. The children look forward to an enthusiastic Santa Nikolaus, he always arrives on a donkey, and on the windowsill, by all means, leave gifts and sweets. New Year in Scotland: "The torch in your hands!" In the villages of Scotland's people set fire to a barrel of tar and rolled through the village, "burning", so the old year and opening the way for the new.
This tradition maintained in the cities, but, more modern level. Scottish New Year is translated as – Hogmani, and is celebrated for four days. Each of the holidays – a kind of festival. The Scots have time to take involvement in almost each of them: torch parade (just miraculous sight!), a street party, party music and street performance. In the New Year's Eve the Scots can go in almost any home. C ancient times, at midnight, owners of the house opens the doors and anyone can go to get warm by the fireplace. But most will be happy to just dark-haired man (believed to – chimneysweep), which would bring the coals and throw it in the fireplace – on schaste.Novy year in Vietnam: Hanoi and Hanoi Tet New Year celebrated on a lunar calendar, it is called Tet, and this season accounts for 29 January.