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Monday, December 31, 2012

Here comes 2013! Sydney is first major world city to celebrate as New Year

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

The first major celebration of 2013 has taken place with an extravagant and expensive firework display lighting up the skyline over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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

Elsewhere, extravagant displays lit up Hong Kong and Beijing while the increasingly democratic Myanmar - also known as Burma - joined the party for the first time in almost five decades.

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Central Pacific Ocean island of Kiritimati (Christmas Island) first to usher in the New Year
Sydney saw 2013 at 1pm GMT, with some 1.5 million people attending the city's events
American Samoa will be the last place on Earth to herald in the New Year on Tuesday at 11am GMT
The increasingly democratic Myanmar - also known as Burma - celebrated with its first ever public countdown 




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

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



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