New Year’s Day in Estonia ― Date, History, and Details
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History of New Year’s Day in Estonia and How to Celebrate/ Observe It
In Estonia, New Year’s Day is called “uusaasta” and it is a public holiday. It is celebrated on January 1st and people usually spend time with family and friends. There are also many public events, such as concerts and parties.
New Year’s Eve is called “aastavahetus” and it is also a public holiday. On this night, people usually stay up late and watch the fireworks at midnight. They also drink champagne and eat special foods.
After the fireworks, people often go to clubs or restaurants. Many people also go to church on New Year’s Day.