Here comes 2013! Sydney is first major world city to celebrate as New Year spreads across the globe

Goodbye 2012! Enjoy the New Year in these spectacular pictures as countries across the globe celebrate the arrival of 2013Central Pacific Ocean island of Kiritimati (Christmas Island) first to usher in the New YearSydney saw 2013 at 1pm GMT, with some 1.5 million people
attending the city's eventsThe increasingly democratic Myanmar – also known as Burma – celebrated with its first ever public countdownMoscow's Red Square was filled with spectators as fireworks exploded near the Kremlin to welcome the new yearMulticolored
fireworks danced up and down the world's tallest building – the Burj
Khalifa – in Dubai The festive mood in New Delhi has been marred by the death of a young rape victim on Saturday More than 1 million people will pack into New York's streets for the traditional crystal ball drop in Times SquareAmerican Samoa will be the last
place on Earth to herald in the New Year on Tuesday at 11am GMT

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Major celebrations to welcome the new year have taken place in some of the world's most iconic locations throughout today.

Lavish and expensive fireworks lit up skylines in Sydney, Hong Kong and Shanghai and
even the once-isolated country of Myanmar – also known as Burma – joined the countdown party for
the first time in decades.

Much of Europe joined in the celebrations with revellers taking to the streets for fireworks in Athens, Berlin, Warsaw, and Rome.

Celebrations have been planned for around the world, including the traditional crystal ball drop in New York City's Times Square, where 1 million people are expected to cram into the surrounding streets.

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Big bang: Fireworks explode over Elizabeth Tower housing the Big Ben clock to celebrate the New Year in London

Big bang: Fireworks explode over Elizabeth Tower housing the Big Ben clock to celebrate the New Year in London

Magnificent: Fireworks over the iconic London Eye marking the coming of the New Year in Central London

Magnificent: Fireworks over the iconic London Eye marking the coming of the New Year in Central London

Green with envy: The fireworks offered a beautiful spectrum from violet to emerald

Green with envy: The fireworks offered a beautiful spectrum from violet to emerald

Fireworks explode beside Vienna's giant ferris wheel Wiener Riesenrad at Prater park during New Year

Fireworks explode beside Vienna's giant ferris wheel Wiener Riesenrad at Prater park during New Year

Spectacular: Fireworks light up the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin as the German city welcomed in the New year

Spectacular: Fireworks light up the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin as the German city welcomed in the New year

An amazing spectacle of fireworks lights up the sky behind the Quadriga statue on top of the Brandenburg Gate shortly after midnight on January 1, 2013 in Berlin, Germany

An amazing spectacle of fireworks lights up the sky behind the Quadriga statue on top of the Brandenburg Gate shortly after midnight on January 1, 2013 in Berlin, Germany

Dramatic: Fireworks explode during New Year celebrations over the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Dramatic: Fireworks explode during New Year celebrations over the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

The sky over the city of Dresden, Germany, was also lit up with fireworks as thousands gathered in the city to celebrate the turn of the year

The sky over the city of Dresden, Germany, was also lit up with fireworks as thousands gathered in the city to celebrate the turn of the year

New Year celebrations in Warsaw, Poland as 2013 is welcomed with a bang

New Year celebrations in Warsaw, Poland as 2013 is welcomed with a bang

Muted: Fireworks explode over the temple of the Parthenon during New Year celebrations in Athens

Muted: Fireworks explode over the temple of the Parthenon during New Year celebrations in Athens

Optimistic: Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras promised Greeks that the worst of the financial crisis is past, and declared 2013 a 'year of hope'

Optimistic: Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras promised Greeks that the worst of the financial crisis is past, and declared 2013 a 'year of hope'

Fireworks explode over the ancient Acropolis Hill with the Parthenon temple during New Year's celebrations

Fireworks explode over the ancient Acropolis Hill with the Parthenon temple during New Year's celebrations

Happy: Revellers write the number 2013 with sparklers during the Hogmanay street party celebrations in Edinburgh

Happy: Revellers write the number 2013 with sparklers during the Hogmanay street party celebrations in Edinburgh

Fireworks light the sky above the Cathedral Square in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius

Fireworks light the sky above the Cathedral Square in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius

Revellers take to the Champs Elysee to see in the New Year in Paris, France

Revellers take to the Champs Elysee to see in the New Year in Paris, France

People toast with a bottle of Champagne as they celebrate the New Year on the Trocadero square beside the Eiffel Tower in Paris, early on January 1, 2013

People toast with a bottle of Champagne as they celebrate the New Year on the Trocadero square beside the Eiffel Tower in Paris, early on January 1, 2013

Fireworks erupt over the Naples skyline in southern Italy as 2013 arrives

Fireworks erupt over the Naples skyline in southern Italy as 2013 arrives

Fireworks light up the ancient Colisseum in central Rome's via dei Fori just after midnight

Fireworks light up the ancient Colisseum in central Rome's via dei Fori just after midnight

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Global celebrations began in
Sydney, where the balmy summer night was split by fireworks
fired from roof tops and barges, many cascading from the Sydney Harbor
Bridge, in a 6.6 million Australian dollar pyrotechnic
extravaganza billed by organisers as the world's largest.

An incredible 7 tons of fireworks were fired into the night-sky as the city welcomed in the New Year with style.

Asia welcomed the New Year on a grand
scale, partying with renewed optimism despite the so-called fiscal
cliff threatening to reverberate globally from the United States and the
tattered economies of Europe, where the party was expected to be a bit
more subdued.

A couple kiss ahead of New Year celebrations at Times Square in New York

A couple kiss ahead of New Year celebrations at Times Square in New York

Revellers cheer after receiving balloons as they stand in Times Square before celebrating the New Year in New York

Revellers cheer after receiving balloons as they stand in Times Square before celebrating the New Year in New York

The fireworks explode as the Waterford crystal ball is raised at the beginning of Times Square's New Year's celebration earlier

The fireworks explode as the Waterford crystal ball is raised at the beginning of Times Square's New Year's celebration earlier

Sisters, from left, Gabbi and Chloe Iuliano and their friend Serena Naraval wear New Year's Eve party hats and glasses as they watch the Gator Bowl Parade in Jacksonville, Florida

Sisters, from left, Gabbi and Chloe Iuliano and their friend Serena Naraval wear New Year's Eve party hats and glasses as they watch the Gator Bowl Parade in Jacksonville, Florida

Revellers gather in New York's Times Square as Americans prepare to welcome in the New Year

Revellers gather in New York's Times Square as Americans prepare to welcome in the New Year

Egyptians dance on a pleasure boat travelling on the River Nile during New Year's Eve celebrations near Tahrir Square in Cairo

Egyptians dance on a pleasure boat travelling on the River Nile during New Year's Eve celebrations near Tahrir Square in Cairo

Fireworks explode over and around the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House during New Year celebrations on January 1

Fireworks explode over and around the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House during New Year celebrations on January 1

Bright: The Sydney Harbour Bridge looks impressive surrounded by colourful fireworks

Bright: The Sydney Harbour Bridge looks impressive surrounded by colourful fireworks

Colourful: Spectator boats in Sydney Harbour look on as the New Year's Eve fireworks erupt over the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Colourful: Spectator boats in Sydney Harbour look on as the New Year's Eve fireworks erupt over the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Extravagant: Sydney's balmy summer night was lit up by 7 tons of fireworks which were fired from roof tops and barges, many cascading from the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Extravagant: Sydney's balmy summer night was lit up by 7 tons of fireworks which were fired from roof tops and barges, many cascading from the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Expensive: The firework display in Sydney cost 6.6 million Australian dollars

Expensive: The firework display in Sydney cost 6.6 million Australian dollars

In a field in increasingly democratic
Myanmar's largest city, Yangon, about 90,000 people experienced the
country's first public New Year countdown, after almost five decades
under military regimes that discouraged or banned big public gatherings.

'This is very exciting and also our
first experience in celebrating the New Year at a big countdown
gathering. We feel like we are in a different world,' said Yu Thawda, a
university student who came with three of her friends.

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In Russia, Moscow's iconic Red Square was this evening filled with spectators as fireworks exploded near the Kremlin to welcome in the new year. Earlier in the day, about 25 people were reportedly arrested in Moscow for trying to hold an unsanctioned demonstration.

But President Vladimir Putin gave an optimistic New Year's Eve address, making no reference to the anti-government protests that have occurred in his country in the past year.

'We believe that we can change the life around us and become better ourselves, that we can become more heedful, compassionate, gracious,' Putin said, according to the ITAR-Tass news agency.

Beautiful: Fireworks explode over St. Basil Cathedral in Moscow's Red Square

Beautiful: Fireworks explode over St. Basil Cathedral in Moscow's Red Square

Looking forward: Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an optimistic New Year's Eve address, making no reference to the anti-government protests that have occurred in his country in the past year

Looking forward: Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an optimistic New Year's Eve address, making no reference to the anti-government protests that have occurred in his country in the past year

Fireworks illuminate the sky around, Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, during celebrations for the new year 2013 in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Fireworks illuminate the sky around, Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world during celebrations for the new year 2013 in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Stunning: Fireworks illuminate the sky around Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, during celebrations in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Thrilling: Taiwan welcomes in the New Year with a fireworks display on the Taipei 101 skyscraper in Taipei

Thrilling: Taiwan welcomes in the New Year with a fireworks display on the Taipei 101 skyscraper in Taipei

Fireworks explode from Taiwan's tallest skyscraper, the Taipei 101 during New Year celebrations in Taipei

Fireworks explode from Taiwan's tallest skyscraper, the Taipei 101 during New Year celebrations in Taipei

Bold: The tallest skyscraper in Taiwan was a fitting choice for this spectacular firework display

Fireworks illuminate Burj Khalifa while thousands of people gather to celebrate the New Year at midnight in Dubai

Fireworks illuminate Burj Khalifa while thousands of people gather to celebrate the New Year at midnight in Dubai

Earlier, the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai took up the baton with a spectacular display featuring multicolored fireworks dancing up and down the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

In Hong Kong, tens of thousands of
people lined the Victoria Harbor to view this year's 12.5 million Hong
Kong dollar ($1.6 million) fireworks display, said to be the biggest
ever in the southern Chinese city.

One day after dancing in the snow to
celebrate the first anniversary of leader Kim Jong Un's ascension to
supreme commander, North Koreans marked the arrival of the new year,
marked as 'Juche 102' on North Korean calendars.

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Cannons boomed at midnight in Pyongyang as people crowded the streets of the capital to watch a fireworks show over the Taedong River.

Juche means
self-reliance, the North Korean ideology of independence promoted by
national founder Kim Il Sung, who was born 102 years ago. His grandson
now rules North Korea.

In New Delhi, the festive mood was marred by the death Saturday of a young rape victim.

Hotels, clubs and residents'
associations in the Indian capital decided to cancel planned festivities
and asked people to light candles to express their solidarity with the
victim whose plight sparked public rallies for women's safety.

Incredible: A stunning lightshow illuminates the Summer Palace during a new year countdown event in Beijing

Incredible: A stunning lightshow illuminates the Summer Palace during a new year countdown event in Beijing

Fireworks explode in front of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre over the Victoria Harbour as celebrating the 2013 New Year in Hong Kong

Fireworks explode in front of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre over the Victoria Harbour as celebrating the 2013 New Year in Hong Kong

Honk Kong went off with a bang to celebrate New Year with this spectacular fireworks display

Hong Kong went off with a bang to celebrate New Year with this spectacular fireworks display

Exciting: Fireworks explode near Malaysia's landmark Petronas Twin Towers during New Year celebrations in Kuala Lumpur

Exciting: Fireworks explode near Malaysia's landmark Petronas Twin Towers during New Year celebrations in Kuala Lumpur

A man watches fireworks explode during New Year celebrations in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A man watches fireworks explode during New Year celebrations in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Jakarta's street party centres on a
7-kilometer (4-mile) thoroughfare closed to all traffic from nightfall
until after midnight.

Workers erected 16 large stages along
the normally
car-clogged, eight-lane highway through the heart of the city.
Indonesia's booming economy is a rare bright spot amid global gloom and
is bringing prosperity – or the hope of it – to Indonesians.

In the Philippines, where many are
recovering from devastation from a recent typhoon, health officials have
hit upon a successful way to stop revelers from setting off huge
illegal firecrackers that maim and injure hundreds of Filipinos each
year.

Packed: Thousands of people flocked to the main business district to celebrate the New Year in Jakarta, Indonesia

Packed: Thousands of people flocked to the main business district to celebrate the New Year in Jakarta, Indonesia

Spectacular: Fireworks light up the sky over the Marina Bay in Singapore

Spectacular: Fireworks light up the sky over the Marina Bay in Singapore

Celebration: Fireworks light up the sky to welcome the New Year at the scenic Manila Bay in Manila, Philippines

Celebration: Fireworks light up the sky to welcome the New Year at the scenic Manila Bay in Manila, Philippines

Historic: People cheer loudly as they welcome the 2013 New Year at the first ever public New Year Countdown celebration at Myoma grounds in Yangon, Mayanmar - also known as Burma

Historic: People cheer loudly as they welcome the 2013 New Year at the first ever public New Year Countdown celebration at Myoma grounds in Yangon, Mayanmar – also known as Burma

Fun: People gather to release 1,000 balloons to celebrate the New Year's during an annual countdown ceremony in Tokyo

Fun: People gather to release 1,000 balloons to celebrate the New Year's during an annual countdown ceremony in Tokyo

Original: The year 2013 is written with sparklers in front of the New Palace in Stuttgart, Germany

Original: The year 2013 is written with sparklers in front of the New Palace in Stuttgart, Germany

A health official, Eric Tayag, donned
the splashy outfit of South Korean star PSY and danced to his Youtube
hit 'Gangnam Style' video while preaching against the use of illegal
firecrackers on TV, in schools and in public arenas.

'The campaign has become viral,' Tayag said.

Economic problems weighed down the
festive atmosphere in Europe. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel's New
Year message warned her country to prepare for difficult economic times
ahead.

Pupils stand to form the shape of '2013' as they wait for the arrival of the new year at Jiujiang Elementary School in Jiangxi Province, China

Pupils stand to form the shape of '2013' as they wait for the arrival of the new year at Jiujiang Elementary School in Jiangxi Province, China

Balinese dancers perform as they take part in a cultural parade during a New Year's Eve celebration

Balinese dancers perform as they take part in a cultural parade during a New Year's Eve celebration

The traditional dance was held at a main road in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

The traditional dance was held at a main road in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

Colourful: Balinese dancers perform their traditional dance to welcome in 2013

Colourful: Balinese dancers perform their traditional dance to welcome in 2013

The Cypriot capital, Nicosia, decided to cancel its New Year
celebrations in light of the economic crisis. Nicosia said 16,000 euros
($21,000) saved from the canceled event will be given to some 320 needy
schoolchildren.

In Athens, fireworks over the ancient
Acropolis will usher in 2013 – projected to be a sixth straight year of
recession amid the country's worst economic crisis since World War II.

Still, In his televised New Year's
Eve message, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras promised Greeks that
the worst of the crisis is past, and declared 2013 a 'year of hope' that
will see the beginning of the country's rebirth.

Father Frost (right) and his granddaughter (centre) take part in a New Year parade in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Father Frost is the Slavic culture equivalent of Santa Claus

Father Frost (right) and his granddaughter (centre) take part in a New Year parade in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Father Frost is the Slavic culture equivalent of Santa Claus

Father Frost, pictured here in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, is the Slavic culture equivalent of Santa Claus

Father Frost, pictured here in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, is the Slavic culture equivalent of Santa Claus

Celebrating New Year's Eve with a
vespers service in in St. Peter's Basilica, Pope Benedict XVI said that
despite all the death and injustice in the world, goodness prevails.

In his homily, Benedict said taking
time to meditate in prolonged reflection and prayer can help 'find
healing from the inevitable wounds of daily life.'

Scotland's Edinburgh, which
traditionally hosts one of the biggest New Year's Eve parties in Europe,
remains in good spirits. Organisers say that some 75,000 people are
expected for the Scottish capital's Hogmanay – or year-end –
celebrations.

Tourists pose as they carry umbrellas with numbers to welcome the New Year 2013 on the terrace of a hotel in the backdrop of Taj Mahal in Agra, India

Tourists pose as they carry umbrellas with numbers to welcome the New Year 2013 on the terrace of a hotel in the backdrop of Taj Mahal in Agra, India

Last sun of 2012: An Indian vendor sells balloons as the sunsets in Siliguri on December 31

Last sun of 2012: An Indian vendor sells balloons as the sun sets in Siliguri on December 31

An Indian vendor inflates balloons as the sunsets in Siliguri, West Bengal, India

An Indian vendor inflates balloons as the sunsets in Siliguri, West Bengal, India

Hong Kong feng shui master Raymond Lo
predicted 2013 would be less turbulent than 2012 because the Chinese
New Year in February will usher in the year of the snake, bringing an
end to the year of the dragon, which was associated with water.

Water is
one of the five elements in feng shui theory, the Chinese practice of
arranging objects and choosing dates to improve luck.

'Water is fear. So that's why we have
had so much turbulence especially in the winter months,' such as
doomsday prophecies, school shootings and concerns about the fiscal
cliff, said Lo.

'But the good news is that the coming
year of the snake is the first time that fire has come back since 2007.
Fire actually is the opposite to water, fire is happiness. So therefore
the year of the snake is a much more optimistic year. So you can see
signs of economic recovery now,' he added.

More than 22,000 revelers in the Madrid square celebrated the arrival of the new year under umbrellas as rain fell steadily.

Up to a million people are expected to gather in New York's Times Square for the traditional New Year’s Eve celebration that ends with the descent of a huge crystal ball at the stroke of midnight.

Another billion people were expected to watch on television, city officials said.

People filled pens in the center of Times Square hours before the end of 2012. Police set up barricades to keep away the overflow crowd.

Once people entered the police pens, they were not allowed to leave, no alcohol was permitted and there were no restrooms.

The spectacle erupted at 6 p.m. when the ball rose to the top to the top of its 70-foot poll and fireworks went off.

A few minutes earlier, the cheering crowd turned silent when the ceremony released balloons for each of the victims of the December 14 elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.

Mark Barrigan, a medical software product manager, traveled from Dallas to witness the ball drop live for the first time this year, fulfilling a longtime wish.

'It was one of those bucket list items,' Barrigan said, referring to a list of wishes before one dies.

Asked what he was hoping for in the new year, Barrigan replied: 'Hopefully they’ll make some good decisions in Washington, D.C.'

The temperature in Times Square was predicted to hover just above freezing around midnight, with a possibility of rain or snow flurries, forecasters said.

The revelers came to see performers such as Taylor Swift, Psy, Carly Rae Jepsen and Neon Trees.

The illuminated, crystal-covered ball – some 12 feet in diameter and weighing nearly 12,000 pounds – was due to begin its descent at 11:59 a.m. EST and drop the 70 feet in 60 seconds.

One of those crystals was engraved with the name of Dick Clark, the American entertainer who hosted a popular television presentation of the Times Square New Year’s celebrations for decades.

He died in April of a heart attack. Clark had suffered a stroke in 2004 that sidelined from the New Year’s Eve show for the first time since he launched the annual broadcast in 1972.

But he gamely returned to the program the following year, and had continued to announce the annual countdown to midnight.

As part of the city’s New Year’s Eve celebration, more than one ton of confetti was to be released from the rooftops of surrounding buildings in Times Square.

Happy: Benjamin Nadorf, 4, plays with his new glasses while waiting for the New Year in Times Square in New York

Happy: Benjamin Nadorf, 4, plays with his new glasses while waiting for the New Year in Times Square in New York

Eager: Thousands have already arrived in Times Square, New York. An estimated 1 million people are expected to cram into the area to see the crystal ball drop

Eager: Thousands have already arrived in Times Square, New York. An estimated 1 million people are expected to cram into the area to see the crystal ball drop

Indian artist Harwinder Singh Gill displays a sculpture in Amritsar on December 31

Indian artist Harwinder Singh Gill displays a sculpture in Amritsar on December 31

Indian revellers hold placards in Amritsar saying 'happy New Year'

Indian revellers hold placards in Amritsar saying 'happy New Year'


A Filipino boy looks as his mother tests a paper horn in downtown Manila, Philippines

A Filipino boy looks as his mother tests a paper horn in downtown Manila, Philippines

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