What is 'New Year's Eve' in Spanish?

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The New Year's Eve in Spanish is Ano Nuevo. During this period, the Spanish people have a ritual which involves eating of twelve grapes at midnight. This tradition of eating the twelve grapes symbolises happy twelve months of the coming year.
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New Year?s Eve in Spanish is known as ?NocheVieja?. It is a big celebration all over the country with street parties and special nights in hotels and clubs everywhere. Until midnight, people tend to stay at home and on the stroke of midnight and it is traditional to eat twelve grapes, one on each stoke of the clock, to bring good luck in the new year.
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