Amazigh New Year

On January 13th of each year, corresponding to 1th Amazigh January. Imazighen or Amazigh people across North Africa celebrate their New Year since antiquity on January 12, known as Yenayer, the day of the year, to coincide this year 2018 to the year 2968 Amazigh.
The Amazigh calendar corresponds to what is known in North Africa as the agricultural calendar. The Amazigh calendar dates back to the victory achieved by Amazigh King Chachnaq against the Pharaohs in a battle fought on the banks of Nile in 950 BC.

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