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New Year is one of the most popular holidays in the world. People in different countries celebrate it in different time. There are different characters that symbolize this holiday. In some countries, Uzbekistan included, they are Grandfather Frost and his granddaughter Snegurochka. Uzbek people a
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Navruz

An ancient popular holiday Navruz (Navruz Bairam) is celebrated on March 21st during the spring equinox. Navruz is a holiday of nature"s awakening and the beginning of sowing; it has retained in its ritual the features of Zoroastrianism.
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Independence day

Independence day, which is celebrated in a big way on September 1st, is the most important public holiday. Constitution Day marking the adoption of independent Uzbekistan"s new constitution in 1992 is celebrated every year on December 8th.
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Is the first day of New Year. New Year is widely celebrated worldwide and at various times year. A symbol of New Year is the Grandfather a frost and the Snow Maiden, and also the dressed up fur-tree. Exactly at midnight from 31st December till 1st January, when hours solemnly beat 12 hours, there comes long-awaited New Year. People at this time celebrate and widely mark this holiday with native and close behind the covered elegant table. Also gifts and surprises are traditionally presented each other.

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