strangest New Year traditions

15 World Strangest New Year Traditions

29 December 2016 by Anna Staford

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As 2016 draws to a close it’s high time to think how you are going to celebrate the last day of the current year on 31st of December. Everything's easy if you stay at home but in case you plan travelling to another country, there are things you should be aware of.

Many countries around the world have very surprising ways of welcoming a new coming year. Everything matters if you want to attract good luck and prosperity.

Here are 15 of the strangest New Year traditions you’d better know if you are lucky enough to be seeing the New Year coming somewhere abroad.

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