New Year In Armenia

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Observed on: January 1

New Year is celebrated a whole week starting with December 31, by baking New Year cookies and tables laden with food and different kinds of sweets. During this week, people exchange gifts and congratulatory wishes, and their homes are open to welcome everyone. Visiting begins on January 1 and last through Christmas on January 6.

Armenian children believe that Dzmer Papik (Santa Claus) brings gifts on New Year's Eve. Several days or weeks before the holiday, children write letters to Dzmer Papik telling him what toys they wish.

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