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Monday at 6:30 pm
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How do you celebrate New Year’s Day in your own country?

Friday at 4:48 pm
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Hi Maribel,


Some of the traditions about Turkish New Year celebration are borrowed from Christian counties but instead of Christmas day we do them on the 31th of December.


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İçten

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Maribel
Friday at 7:47 am
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Merhaba!


There are some traditions similar to the way we celebrate the New Year in my country. Typical dishes, gathering with relatives and friends, also the firework shows.


But kids got their gifts the 25th of December (Christmas day) Santa Claus... Since we are a mostly Christian country we celebrate Epiphany the 6th of January. Children receive gifts from the Three Wise Men.

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Friday at 9:19 pm
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Hi Waheed,

Thank you for the cute emotions.:innocent::thumbsup:


Roza

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waheed
Sunday at 6:37 pm
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:thumbsup::heart::smile:

Monday at 1:29 am
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Merhaba Moutayam

Thank you for posting! Where are you from?



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Moutayam
Sunday at 7:43 am
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It's almost the same in my country