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New Year symbols

Cadran d’horloge à douze heures
U+1F55B
Boule de confettis
U+1F38A
Bonhomme de neige
U+2603
Cierge magique
U+1F387
Feux d’artifice
U+1F386
Paquet-cadeau
U+1F4E6
Cadeau emballé
U+1F381
Mandarine
U+1F34A
Bombe à confettis
U+1F389
Scintillements
U+2728
U+2776
Calendrier
U+1F4C5
Flocon de neige
U+2744
U+2745
U+2746
Femme avec oreilles de lapin
U+1F46F
Verre de vin
U+1F377
U+2605
U+2606
U+272A
U+272B
U+272F
U+269D
Cercle moyen noir
U+26AB
U+26B9
U+2735
U+2749
U+274B
U+273A
U+2739
U+2738
U+2736
U+2737
U+2735
Étoile noire à huit branches
U+2734
Astérisque à huit branches
U+2733
U+2732
U+2731
U+2727
U+2726
U+235F
U+229B
Fraise
U+1F353

New Year symbols and Emoji:

New Year is celebrated at the end of the last day of the old year and the beginning of the first day of the next year. It is an international holiday. Many nations celebrate it. In UTF-8 are widely represented symbols of stars, snowflakes and other New Year symbols.

What do we associate the New Year holiday with?

Most countries celebrate New Year on January 1, according to the Gregorian calendar. This calendar was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in the 16th century. But Julius Caesar ruled that the year began on January 1. By the way, there is the calendar symbol in Unicode.

In China every year is associated with a terrible beast. And Unicode has animal symbols. And here are the Olympic symbols that are needed in this sports festival.