Cities all over the world welcomed the arrival of New Year 2020 on Wednesday, with mesmerizing displays of fireworks and light shows.

From Sydney to Dubai, London to New York, all celebrated the moments of transition from 2019 to 2020 with their skies lit up with light.

Sydney is one of the first major cities in the world the rang in 2020 with dazzling fireworks in Sydney Harbor.

Japan rang in the new year with glorious firework displays in Tokyo.

In New Zealand, a firework was displayed at Auckland’s Sky Tower.

In Bali, Indonesia, New Year’s celebration fireworks were shot at Garuda Wisnu Kencana.

In the United Arab Emirates, Dubai put on a stunning fireworks show at the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa.

In Russia, Moscow said goodbye to the 2010s with a spectacular fireworks show to ring in 2020, according to ABC News.

Paris, Athens, and Berlin also celebrated the start of a new decade with firework displays.

London and Edinburgh welcomed in 2020 with firework displays—and Big Ben ended its silence to chime at midnight on Tuesday.

In the United States, people rushed to Times Square to cheer as fireworks burst into the night sky and confetti fell to welcome the start of 2020.

In Hong Kong, the local authorities canceled the main midnight fireworks display for the first time in a decade, citing security concerns, according to Reuters.

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