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History of Nochevieja. While most of the Nochevieja traditions seems pretty typical the twelve grapes deal probably has you raising your eyebrows and asking “Why?” Deviating from the norm Las doce uvas de la suerte (twelve good luck grapes) is a Spanish tradition with a commercial rather than a religious foundation. It began in 1909 when …
La Nochevieja víspera de Año Nuevo. [. 1. ] o fin de año es la última noche del año en el calendario gregoriano; comprende aproximadamente por tanto desde las 20:00 del 31 de diciembre hasta las 6:00 del 1 de enero ( Año Nuevo ).
New Year’s Eve in Spain (Nochevieja) In Spanish New Year’s Eve is called Nochevieja meaning Old Night. Find out how Spain brings in the New Year. As the midnight hour nears on the night of December 31st Spaniards have already had dinner with their families and unlike Christmas Eve traditions that call on family members to stay at home …
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Nochevieja or New Year’s Eve is one of the most important seasonal celebrations in Spanish-speaking countries. Whereas Nochebuena is traditionally spent at home with the family Nochevieja is an occasion for going out. In Spain the highlight of the evening is las campanadas the chimes of the clock at midnight.
Madrid. One of the most important celebrations of the Christmas period is New Year’s Eve – a special dinner where the last night of the year usually becomes one big party. As the clock strikes twelve signalling the arrival of the New Year …

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