New year's Eve in Scotland (Douglas Bruce)

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

HogmanayHogmanay is what the Scots call their New Years Eve celebrations.Hogmanays origins are viking. Norse invaders celebrated the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, with wild parties in late December.

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Auld Lang SyneAuld Lang Syne is a poem written by Robert Burns in 1788 which is traditionally sung as a bid farewell to the old year.Traditionally people hold hands and sing after midnight to celebrate the new year.

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Do you have any special traditions for New Year in Spain?Is New Year's Eve a time to spend with family or friends?What would your ideal New Year celebration be?Do you have any New Year resolutions?Any predictions for 2017?