Here in the UK and Birmingham, including the Fantasy Escorts team, we celebrate the New Year on January 1, 2020. We are happy that last year was one that brought us many new experiences. But what is the historical truth about this holiday? You could write a book about New Year’s Eve. Like many other things from ancient times, the history of the New Year and the way people chose that date is full of contradictory facts and traditions. There are many things about New Year’s Eve that the world does not know. Even today, in many parts of the world, January 1st is not accepted as the beginning of a 12-month cycle.

Most of the calendars we know today are based on the length of time the Earth rotates around the Sun. Thus, we get an idea about the New Year. However, the calendar used by the Romans beginning in the 7th century BC. It is based on the calculation of monthly cycles. This causes a lot of confusion, because the Moon rotates completely around the Earth in just 27 days, 7 hours and 43 minutes. This meant that solstices and equinoxes changed their dates every year. This confusion has affected many things, such as sowing and harvesting crops. Finally, in 45 BC, Iulius Cezar asked the advice of an astronomer, who told him that a solar calendar would solve most of the uncertainties that society faces every year. Caesar soon institutionalised the astronomer’s plan and made a 12-month calendar. January 1 thus became the beginning of the new year, especially since this was the date when the politicians from Roman Empire began their official duties. This is the basis of today’s calendar, which we refer to as New Year’s Eve.

Although the Julian calendar was better than the previous one, it is not the one we know today. A small error in calculating the solar year caused a 10-minute surplus each year. These minutes accumulated, and by 1450, there were already ten extra days, with which no one knew what to do. The problem returned to Rome again to find a solution. This time, he reached Pope Gregory XIII. He consulted an astronomer who worked mathematically for the exact duration of a solar year. Thus, in 1582, the Gregorian calendar made its debut. He corrected the 10-minute error and set up another day, February 29. This is added every four years. Most British territories did not adopt the Gregorian calendar until 1752. The day of January 1 is the beginning of the new year in most places due to political decisions in Rome, thousands of years ago.

Going beyond these historical aspects, which we considered very interesting to mention, it is time to return to today. Therefore, January 1, 2020, is the day when we celebrate a new beginning, but also the day when we look with curiosity into the future. It is the day when we leave the joys and challenges of the last year aside, and we look forward to new exciting moments. This is the moment when we thank all the ladies who have collaborated or are still collaborating with Fantasy Escorts Birmingham agency. This is also the time when we thank all the clients who have booked female companions through our company.

At the same time, it is the moment when we promise that we will offer services of the same exceptional quality, but also we will improve our offer. We will be the same reliable team that will help you meet many new girls of great quality. So, 2020 is here: we wish you a Happy New Year, full of fun and beautiful escorts, ready to meet you in Birmingham or any other city in The Midlands. Also, we wish you a new year full of career achievements, good health and joy. Thank you!