New Year's Eve on Sydney Harbour on December 31, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
People wait for celebrating the New Year during a New Year's Eve countdown event in front of Beijing's National Stadium, known as the Bird's Nest, in Beijing on December 31, 2018. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
Fireworks explode over the Brandenburg Gate on January 1, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Every year, hundreds of thousands of spectators gather for New Year's Eve festivities at the landmark Prussian monument. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
People gather at Champ-Elysees ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations in Paris, France on December 31, 2019. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
New Year's Eve celebrations in Dubai, UAE. Pictures courtesy: Dubai Media Office on Twitter
Participants carrying a fox mask take part in the Oji Fox Parade to mark the New Year on January 01, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. The Oji Fox Parade was established in 1993 as a modern-day, living recreation of an artwork that depicts the legend that tells a story of how foxes from all over the Kanto region would gather beneath a large tree on New Year's Eve in the area where Tokyo now stands and would don costumes and parade to Oji Inari Shrine to mark the arrival of the new year. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
Confetti drops at 10pm during New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square on December 31, 2018 in New York City. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
People gather at July 15th Kizilay National Will Square in Ankara, Turkey ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations on December 31, 2018. Picture courtesy: Getty Images
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