Significa Novo Ciclo. Celebrado com uma festa linda, mágica e cheia de fé e com muitos rituais, símbolos e superstições.
De onde vieram e o que eles significam?
O Ano Novo brasileiro é uma grande mistura cultural devido a sua origem. Eis aqui algumas superstições comuns
VESTIR ROUPA BRANCA
Crença que vem das religiões africanas praticadas aqui no país e é utilizada para trazer luz e paz ao ano novo.
ACENDER VELAS NA PRAIA
Esta é uma oferenda das religiões afro-brasileiras, para Iemanjá, com o propósito de ter saúde e amor o ano todo.
NOZES, CASTANHAS, DAMASCOS
Chegaram ao Brasil pelas mãos dos imigrantes de origem árabe, e representam fartura e abundância.
COMER UVAS
Este ritual veio com os portugueses e quer dizer prosperidade.
FOGOS DE ARTIFÍCIO
Os fogos de artifício são uma forma mais moderna de fazer barulho. Os povos antigos acreditavam que fazer barulho espantava maus espíritos.
PULAR 7 ONDAS
Também ligado a religiões africanas, o ritual homenageia Iemanjá, e o seu objetivo é abrir os caminhos.

Año nuevo en Brasil significa nuevo ciclo celebrado con una fiesta hermosa, mágica y llena de fe. Y también es intenso y expansivo, lleno de rituales, símbolos y supersticiones.
Pero de dónde vinieron esos símbolos y supersticiones, y qué significan?
El año nuevo brasileño es una gran mezcla cultural, ya que Brasil fue formado por diferentes culturas. Ahora les mostraremos algunas supersticiones comunes en las fiestas de Año Nuevo:
                                                                                         COMER LENTEJAS
                                 Fue traída a Brasil por los inmigrantes italianos, y significa fortuna y abundancia.
                                                                      COMER NUECES, CASTAÑAS, DAMASCOS
                    Llegaron a Brasil por las manos de los inmigrantes de origen árabe, y representan abundancia.
                                                         PONER PLATA ADENTRO DEL ZAPATO
           Esta es de los orientales, que creen que la energía entra en nuestro cuerpo por los pies. Colocando el dinero allí, la
energía  se convertirá en riqueza.
                                                                                     VESTIR ROPA BLANCA
                  Creencia que viene de las religiones africanas practicadas aquí en el país y es utilizada para traer luz y paz al año
nuevo.
                                                                                               COMER UVAS
                                                  Este ritual llegó con los portugueses y significa prosperidad
                                                                                  PRENDER VELAS EN LA PLAYA
          Esta es una ofrenda de las religiones afrobrasileñas, para Iemanjá, con el propósito de tener salud y amor todo el año.
                                                                                            COMER ROMANA
       De origen árabe, pero llegó a Brasil por los portugueses. La superstición funciona así: coma los gajos y guarde las
                                               semillas en la cartera. La intención es traer suerte y dinero
                                                                                          FUEGOS ARTIFICIALES
         Los fuegos artificiales son una forma más moderna de hacer ruido. Los pueblos antiguos creían que haciendo ruido
                                                                                     espantaban los malos espíritus.
                                                                                               SALTAR 7 OLAS
                 También relacionado con las religiones africanas, el ritual homenajea a Iemanjá, y su objetivo es abrir los caminos.New Year in Brazil means new cycle celebrated with a beautiful, magical and full of faith. And it is also intense and expansive, full of rituals, symbols and superstitions.
But where did these symbols and superstitions came from, and what do they mean?
The Brazilian New Year is a great cultural mix, because Brazil was formed by different cultures. Now we will show you some common superstitions at New Year’s parties:
                                                                                          EAT LENTIL
                                 It was brought to Brazil by Italian immigrants, and it means fortune and abundance.
                                                                      EATING NUTS, CHESTNUTS, DAMASCES
                    They arrived in Brazil by the hands of the immigrants of Arab origin, and they represent abundance.
                                                         PUT A NOTE OF MONEY INSIDE THE SHOE
           This arrived with the Orientals, who believe that energy enters in our bodies by the feet. Putting the money there, the
energy will turn into wealth.
                                                                                     WHITE DRESS CLOTHING
                  Belief comes from the African religions practiced here in the country and is used to bring light and peace to the new
year.
                                                                                                EAT GRAPES
                                                  This ritual came with the Portuguese and mean prosperity.
                                                                                 LIGHTING CANDLES ON THE BEACH
          This is an offering from the Afro-Brazilian religions, for Iemanjá, for the purpose of having health and love all year round.
                                                                                             EAT ROMAN
        From Arab origin, but arrived in Brazil by the Portuguese. Superstition works like this: Eat the buds and
                                                seeds in the wallet. The intention is to bring luck and money
                                                                                           FIREWORKS
         Fireworks are a more modern way of making noise. Ancient people believed that making noise
                                                                                     will scare the evil spirits.
                                                                                               JUMP 7 WAVES
                 Also linked to African religions, the ritual honors for Iemanjá, and its purpose is to open the way.