Different cities celebrate new year in their own unique way, but almost all of them decorate city with lights. This is because that the event is generally at night and along with fireworks, the lights really look stunning. 2013 is at our doorsteps and here we have collected some of the beautiful and amazing new year lights for your inspiration and joy – Enjoy and a Happy New Year 2013!!!
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.
We have come to the end of yet another year, just in time for another roundup of wallpapers for your New Year 2012 celebrations for your desktop. It is a new way to saying Happy New Year by sending New Year Wallpapers & Backgrounds to your love once. On behalf of the Wondrouspics team, we wish you all a Happy New Year and hope that 2012 brings you much success and prosperity in all your endeavors. Have a look and take a joyride through these wonderful Happy New Year wallpapers with famous quotes.
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