Around The World On New Year’s Eve: Photo Report

This article is how people from around the world Welcomed New Year 2010. These photo report collects some awesome photographs of the people across the world as they welcomed the New Year 2010 in many different ways.

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This article is how people from around the world Welcomed New Year 2010. These photo report collects some awesome photographs of the people across the world as they welcomed the New Year 2010 in many different ways. To see the full photo report, check the next link. [via SmashingPics]

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About 2 millions people observe fireworks from Copacabana beach Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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People celebrating New Year by painting their faces in Central Indian city Bhopal

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People throwing water on old calendars to discard them in Montevideo, Uruguay.

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Over 1.5 million people watched Fireworks that danced on the theme of “Awaken the Spirit” at Sydney Harbor in Sydney, Australia.

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Fireworks at Twin towers in Kula Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Fireworks light up the skies of downtown Beirut.

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Two women toast as fireworks explode in Berlin.

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Fireworks explode at Red Square in Moscow, Russia.

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400 Spotlights Illuminate the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

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Fireworks explode above downtown at Jakarta’s Welcome Monument in Indonesia.

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A couple kisses during New Year’s Celebration in New York’s Time Square.

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