Celebrate the end of 2012 year like no other and welcome New Year 2013 with a bang, watching the Mayor’s spectacular, free New Year’s Eve fireworks. The night skies will be a blaze of light and color on Monday 31 December 2012 with a display of stunning pyrotechnics fireworks around all over the world. Here are stunning wallpapers of New Year’s Eve fireworks for your desktop…..
The world’s tallest building Burj Al Khalifa marked the start of 2012 with a spectacular 10-minute show that saw fireworks shoot from the 828m tower in a blaze of color, illuminating the city. Sparkling comets in colors including green, purple and red spiraled down the Burj, as the tower was flanked by glittering firework displays across Downtown Dubai.
The crowds erupted as the pyrotechnics began just seconds ahead of midnight, with cheers and blaring horns marking the end of 2011. Out on Sheikh Zayed Road, traffic ground to a halt as motorists pulled over to enjoy the show as Dubai’s flag-shaped Burj al-Arab joined celebrations with its own fireworks.
While Burj Khalifa was honoured with the ‘Global Icon’ status by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) recently, an honour bestowed for tall structures only once in 10 to 15 years, At the Top, Burj Khalifa was most recently voted as the ‘Best Tourist Attraction’ at the ‘Best in Dubai’ awards.
New Year’s Eve is observed annually on December 31, the final day of any given year in the Gregorian calendar. In modern societies, New Year’s Eve is often celebrated at social gatherings, during which participants dance, eat, drink, and watch or light fireworks to mark the incoming year.
The people all over the world ready themselves, celebrate and welcome the New Year 2012. Fireworks have been popular for over 2,000 years, and have become a festival essential. When the clock announces the New Year, numerous households set off fireworks at almost the same time, creating a thunderous sound. Various multicolored fireworks are also displayed by official organizations. Today fireworks have become an indispensable part of celebrating grand festivals. New Year 2012 will welcome with open arms around the region with varying fantastic fireworks displays from all over the world. Here we are collected some amazing photos of New Year fireworks for you…
New Year celebration is the greatest celebration in any country. The celebration does not even match the national festival or the religious festival of the ethnic majority of a nation. Though friends and relatives prefer to meet each other and extend greetings, the exercise becomes virtually impossible considering the number of people who have to be wished on the occasion. So people prefer sending wishes through greeting cards to their friends. Here I’ve collected some beautiful New Year cards for you. Enjoy the New Year with these New Year greeting cards.
A New Year. New possibilities. New commitments. New resolutions. Celebrations and customs may vary around the world, but in most places, New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest party days of the year. We are all waiting for this special night and carefully preparing for it. Countries around the world will be ringing in the new year soon with fireworks, festivals, friends, parties. That is a magical time when all of the cities around the world are more gloriously alive than they usually are. Here are the best cities to be for New Years Eve in order to have unforgettable New Years celebration.
If you’ve ever been to Barcelona, you’d know it has an energy and style unlike any other, and its New Year’s celebrations dip into that uniqueness that is Barcelona. If dancing and partying until the first sunrise of the New Year sounds like it’s right up your alley, then you may want to celebrate with some of the greatest partiers in the world. The Spanish culture of late meals and even later nights out don’t change just because it’s New Year’s Eve. Unlike most other cultures around the world, the party in Barcelona doesn’t even begin until close to midnight, with the traditional eating of the twelve grapes during the twelve chimes of midnight. It’s typically family time when the clock strikes twelve, then it’s off to the clubs to celebrate in style until the sun comes up on the New Year. Continue reading New Year’s Eve – Best Cities For Celebration→
Good wishes, quotes, greetings and occasional messages have been the tradition from many years. The first recognizable Christmas card, i.e. a printed card sent by post, was sent at Christmas 1843. and it said “A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You”.