New Year's Day

January 1 of the most commonly followed Gregorian calendar is the New Year's Day. Some Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate the New Year on January 1 of the Julian calendar that corresponds to January 14 of Gregorian calendar. It is a public holiday, celebrated grandly as the New Year starts at midnight. Ask and answer here about this universal holiday and its festivity, significance and history.

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