Welcome to the New Year Trivia Template! Celebrate the New Year by testing your knowledge of all things related to the start of the year. From the early traditions and customs associated with the holiday to modern celebrations, this trivia template is sure to challenge you. See how much you know about New Year - the historical background, the famous parties, the resolutions people make, the celebrations around the world, and the symbolism and symbolism associated with the occasion. Put your knowledge to the test and challenge yourself to see how much you can learn about the New Year.
1) What is the animal of the Chinese zodiac for 2020?
2) What is the Roman God of new beginnings?
3) How many days are there in the traditional Roman Festival of Saturnalia?
4) January 1st marks the beginning of what calendar?
5) What is the most popular New Year's resolution?
6) According to Greek Mythology, the husband of the Goddess of the new year is the God _____?
7) What is the traditional New Year's food in Japan?
8) In which country is it traditional to wear red underwear on New Year's Eve?
9) What is the most popular way to celebrate New Year's Eve in the United States?
10) How many grapes are eaten in Spain at midnight on New Year's Eve?
11) What does the Scottish tradition First-footing involve?
12) What is the traditional family game played at New Year in Germany?
13) What is the traditional treat eaten in Scotland on New Year's Day?
14) What is the traditional color of New Year’s decorations in Japan?
15) What is the traditional colour of the clothing that is worn in Wales on New Year’s Day?
16) What is the traditional New Year’s gift in Denmark?
17) What is the name of the traditional New Year’s Eve performance in the Netherlands?
18) What type of tree is used to represent the New Year in Germany?
19) What is the traditional noise maker used to celebrate the New Year in Mexico?
20) According to Greek mythology, who was the goddess of new beginnings?
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