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New Year’s Day

New Year’s has been celebrated around the world for many years. It got its start during the Roman times when
it was actually celebrated in March, at the beginning of the spring season. In the 1500s, it was common to
celebrate the New Year on Christmas when the birth of Christ is traditionally celebrated. January 1st became
common in the 1700s. Now, people all over celebrate January 1 as New Year’s Day. This day marks a day of
remembrance for the previous year and a look at what is to come in the New Year.

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