10 Weird New Year’s customs from other countries.
With so many cultures all over the world, it’s no surprise that they all have different ways of celebrating New Year’s. While we may be used to clinking glasses of champagne and giving kisses, these bizarre traditions have us scratching our heads. From planting trees in frozen water in Siberia to predicting the future with molten tin in Finland, these are 10 strangest New Year’s traditions from around the world.
If you’ve ever been to a Greek wedding, you’ve probably seen a plate or two being smashed. But, if you make your way to Denmark on New Year’s day, you will see smashed ceramics by front doors for completely different reasons. Want to know why? Well, you’ll have to watch the video to see.
Another country that has a bizarre way of celebrating the new year is Estonia. In this country, people choose to gorge themselves with food. And the number of meals a person eats on New Year’s day matters. There are certain numbers that are luckier than others. But, you’ll have to stay tuned to see why.
We will also show you what they do in cemeteries in Chile, What they eat at midnight in Spain, What they hit against the wall in Ireland, and much more. After you are done watching our video, let us know what you think in the comment section below, and tell us what your favorite New Year’s tradition is! As always, don’t forget to subscribe to “TheTalko!”
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