From Bidding Goodbye To 2022 And Welcoming 2023, Here's How People Around The World Celebrated New Year
This New Year's eve is unlike anything that we have experienced so far. We are all eager to put 2022, the year of the bad and good news and a whole lot of trouble, behind us, and welcome a new year with hope and high spirits. People around the world bid goodbye to 2022 and welcomed 2023 with new hope and light. Here take a look at some of the most festive New Year's celebrations around the world:
People gather at Gateway of India on New Year's Day in Mumbai, India.
Youngsters during their last run just before the New Year on Saturday at midnight in Kochi city. Effigy of Santas placed at many city road junctions and torched.
On the occasion of the New year, devotees take a holy dip in Sarovar at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
A Philippines family enjoying their lunch at Rizal Park in Manila as they celebrate the New Year on January 1, 2023.
In London, Britain during the New Year celebration fireworks explodes over the London Eye Ferris wheel as Britons across the country welcome 2023.
People celebrate the new year with fireworks on a beach in Houhai, in Sanya in China's southern Hainan province.
New Year's Eve fireworks light up the night sky at the turn of the year above the Oberbaumbrucke bridge in Berlin.
A man celebrates the start of the New Year, backdropped by fireworks exploding in the background over Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
People gather to listen to music and watch a firework display before the countdown to 2023 in Hanoi, Vietnam on December 31, 2022.
People attend a fireworks display ceremony during celebrations for the new year on Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea.