No one in the world celebrates New Year’s Eve quite like the Scottish; they even have their own name for it: Hogmanay. This image shows the amazing Hogmanay fireworks display over Edinburgh Castle.

No one in the world celebrates New Year’s Eve quite like the Scottish; they even have their own name for it: Hogmanay. This image shows the amazing Hogmanay fireworks display over Edinburgh Castle.

A Local's Guide to Edinburgh Hogmanay. Local blogger Gemma from Two Scots Abroad shares her insider's guide to celebrating New Year's Eve in the Scottish capital!

A Local's Guide to Edinburgh Hogmanay. Local blogger Gemma from Two Scots Abroad shares her insider's guide to celebrating New Year's Eve in the Scottish capital!

Edinburgh's Hogmanay - Torchlight Procession. Hogmanay is the Scottish word for last day of the year, New Year's Eve.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay - Torchlight Procession. Hogmanay is the Scottish word for last day of the year, New Year's Eve.

Torchlight Procession Begins Edinburgh's Hogmanay. Hogmanay’s origins are viking. Norse invaders celebrated the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, with wild parties in late December.Celebrations

Torchlight Procession Begins Edinburgh's Hogmanay. Hogmanay’s origins are viking. Norse invaders celebrated the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, with wild parties in late December.Celebrations

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