Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, celebrated the New Year 2021 with chickens and roosters. 2021 is an amazing year. “
And the Corona pandemic affected all aspects of life during the year 2020, and shook many constants and habits that millions around the world considered solid and will not change easily, but the virus had another opinion...
New Year’s celebrations around the world will often be silent, for the first time in a long time, it is difficult to determine, especially since the history of this tradition dates back to 2000 BC in Mesopotamia, meaning Mesopotamia, “Iraq now.”“.
For example, but not limited to, for the first time, the United States decided to cancel the tradition of celebrating the New Year for the first time in 114 years, due to the emerging corona virus, and Times Square in New York City in 2020 will not witness thousands of crowds gathering on New Year’s Eve.
The New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square is among the largest in the world, and usually draws nearly a million people to the streets of Midtown Manhattan, with more than a billion views on TV..
But this year, the square will be cordoned off by the New York Police on December 31, with a virtual event, and the launch of a smart app that gives revelers the opportunity to watch the countdown to start the new year from their homes..