What if we told you that “New Year” was not celebrated every January 1st?
Keep reading to discover more curious facts about New Year.

  • The New Year celebration was started by the Mesopotamians. The first one took place back in 2000 BC, ages ago.
  • Romans used to celebrate the New Year on March 1st. There still celebrating the eve in winter and summer, according to their culture.
  • Roman Catholic Church decided to celebrate the New Year on the 1st of January every year, according to Georgian Calendar.
  • The name of the month “January” comes from a two-faced god named Janus. He has one face looking front and another face looking back.
  • Denmark people throw dishes at the doorsteps of other people to wish them new friends for the new year.
  • New Years is not called New Years in Belgium. They call it Sint Sylvester Vooranvond.
  • January is statistically the month people use to lie the most. Does this have something to do with “New Year Resolutions List”?

Every tradition people used to follow comes with a whole interesting story behind it. Whether your tradition is at NVC, we are sure that you will keep putting your heart and soul into all your projects for this year.

Happy New Year 2022!

Source: https://www.newyearwiki.com/interesting-facts-about-new-year/

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