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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU!



A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU!
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31 Dec 2011 11:26:00
Santa in sleigh. (Photo by Michel Tcherevkoff/Getty Images)
Santa in sleigh. (Photo by Michel Tcherevkoff/Getty Images)

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018!
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31 Dec 2017 10:13:00
Happy New 2013 Year!



HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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31 Dec 2012 16:27:00
“Grandfather Frost did not come”. (Photo by Vasya Lozhkin)

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
“Grandfather Frost did not come”. (Photo by Alex Kudelin aka Vasya Lozhkin)
“Grandfather Frost is a fictional character who in some Slavic cultures plays a role similar to that of Santa Claus”. – Wikipedia
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31 Dec 2014 15:03:00
Happy New 2014 Year!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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31 Dec 2013 12:06:00
A performer in traditional costume waits for her turn to go on stage at Longtan park as the Chinese Lunar New Year, which welcomes the Year of the Rooster, is celebrated in Beijing, China January 29, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

A performer in traditional costume waits for her turn to go on stage at Longtan park as the Chinese Lunar New Year, which welcomes the Year of the Rooster, is celebrated in Beijing, China January 29, 2017. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
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31 Jan 2017 09:49:00
Tibetan men get ready to perform a traditional dance during a special prayer ceremony on the third day of the Tibetan New Year celebrations in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Tibetans follow this ritual called “sangtsol” to ask for good luck in the new year. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

Tibetan men get ready to perform a traditional dance during a special prayer ceremony on the third day of the Tibetan New Year celebrations in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Tibetans follow this ritual called “sangtsol” to ask for good luck in the new year. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)
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03 Mar 2017 00:01:00
Young women flash the victory sign in front of a bonfire as Turkish Kurds gather during Newroz celebrations for the new year in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, on March 21, 2017. Newroz (also known as Nawroz or Nowruz) is an ancient Persian festival, which is also celebrated by Kurdish people, marking the first day of spring, which falls on March 21. (Photo by Ilyas Akengin/AFP Photo)

Young women flash the victory sign in front of a bonfire as Turkish Kurds gather during Newroz celebrations for the new year in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, on March 21, 2017. Newroz (also known as Nawroz or Nowruz) is an ancient Persian festival, which is also celebrated by Kurdish people, marking the first day of spring, which falls on March 21. (Photo by Ilyas Akengin/AFP Photo)
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22 Mar 2017 09:51:00