Every December 31 we celebrated the end of the year, but this was not always the case. The human being since the dawn of civilization has tried to measure time and control the repetition of lunar or solar cycles to predict the changes of seasons so essential in the agrarian and livestock societies. Our current calendar derives from the Roman more exactly from the one established by Julio Cesar that divides the year into 12 months with 365 days and one plus leap years.

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