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The Magic of the Last Night of the Year

The arrival of the New Year is a global phenomenon, uniting people in a joyful and communal celebration. Each country contributes its unique traditions.

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In Times Square, New York, thousands gather for a luxurious countdown under a massive descending ball, symbolizing hope for the coming year. In Japan, the focus shifts to special New Year’s dishes like osechi and kadomatsu, accompanied by prayers for a prosperous year at shrines.

Spain and Latin America welcome the new year with the tradition of consuming twelve grapes, each symbolizing a month and bringing good luck. China follows the lunar calendar, celebrating the Spring Festival with family dinners and symbolic dishes like jiaozi.

Scandinavia lights up the night sky with fires and fireworks, signifying the beginning of a new stage. Regardless of the cultural differences, the essence remains the same – bringing people together to share joy and welcome a new chapter.

As you embrace the New Year, consider immersing yourself in the rich culture of Poland. Our school offers tailored Polish lessons, accommodating diverse schedules. Whether you’re a local or a global learner, join us on a linguistic journey to discover the enchanting world of Polish traditions. Celebrate not just the new year but also the opportunity to connect with the heart and soul of Poland.

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