2017 in review - November and December: Bucharest protests renewed, Remembrance Day, AMA, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Christmas Around the World and more
We have arrived at the final chapter of 2017 in review and to the events that shaped November and December.
The Olympic flame lit on Olympia, Athens, Greece and started its long road to Pyeongchang in South Korea where the 2018 Winter Olympics. The ceremony took place on the stadium that hosted the first modern Games in 1896.
In Bucharest protests were renewed following the new laws on justice designed to legalize bribery and corruption and brought up by the governing party and parliamentary majority.
Remembrance Day, a day for commemoration and remembrance of the armed forces who gave their lives during the World War I, was observed in the Commonwealth States. Also known as Poppy Day or Anzac Day, by its Australian name, the days is always observed on the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour, 11:00 AM British time, when the treaty was signed and the hostilities have ended in 1918. ( the Versailles treaty was signed a year later)
At the American Music Awards Keith Urban won the accolade for favorite country music singer. He's seen here with his beautiful actress wife, Nicole Kidman.
King Michael of Romania, the last king, passed away at the age of 96. His passing brought the people together to pay their respects and say their good byes on his last road.
The premiere of the long awaited Star Wars: The Last Jedi, brought a lot of viewers in cinema making it the highest grossing movie of 2017.
For our last large event of the year we took a ride in Santa's sleigh to look at Christmas around the world, and it was stunningly magical.
Here's to a great 2018!