New Year’s Eve, Farewell- Last Moon Of 2020
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Allow me to share the Last Moon of 2020 on New Year’s Eve, below:
Watch live coverage from NBC News Now of New Year’s Eve celebrations in New York City. Crowds will not be permitted in Times Square but a scaled down show is planned, in the video “Live: New Year’s Eve Celebrations From Times Square In NYC, NBC News“, below:
In the video “London 2021 fireworks Happy New Year Live! – BBC“, below:
Many cities on the island of Taiwan are preventing public attendance at firework displays, but in the capital of Taipei, the city government is allowing in-person attendance to its New Year’s events, as well as broadcasting them live – including fireworks set off from the outside of the iconic Taipei 101, once the world’s tallest building, in the video “Watch Taipei’s 2021 New Year fireworks display“, below:
In the video “HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021 ! FIREWORKS FROM DISNEYLAND SHANGHAI CHINA !”
Hong Kong is saying goodbye to 2020 with one of Hong Kong largest-ever drone light show in New Year’s Eve countdown. 1000 drones decorate the sky to celebrate for tv show Guinness World Recorded 2021 happy new year celebration, in the video “1000. Drone Light Show Largest-ever Hong Kong New Year’s Eve Count Down“, below:
The United Arab Emirates welcomed the new year in Dubai with a mesmerizing display of lights, fireworks and music from the world’s tallest building, the iconic Burj Khalifa, in the video “New Year’s 2021: Dubai puts on dazzling fireworks show from iconic Burj Khalifa“, below:
Sydney, Australia put on a stunning fireworks show from Sydney Harbour Bridge and over the iconic Sydney Opera House to ring in 2021. In past years, 1 million people crowded the harbour to watch fireworks, but most watched on television this year as authorities urge residents to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Australia was among the first nations to usher in the New Year because of its proximity to the International Date Line, but is a grim end to the year for New South Wales and Victoria, the country’s two most populous states, which are battling to curb new COVID-19 outbreaks, in the video “New Year’s 2021: Sydney, Australia puts on stunning fireworks display“, below:
May we all have a much healthier 2021!
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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