On the evening on 13th of Januay, Macedonians  celebrate the arrival of the so-called "Orthodox New Year". Macedonians also celebrate the feast of St. Basil the Great (Sveti Vasilij Veliki), known among people as Vasilica. The celebration is symbolized with spinning maznik with coin for lunch on January 14th. They eat home-made sausages, gamble and sing old traditional songs until early in the morning.
This tradition in Macedonia has been cherished for decades. But in recent years, the custom has changed and spinning maznik with coin became a celebration of the restaurants. Also many housewives buy the maznik from a bakery, only few prepare maznik at home. 
The nights opposite Vasilica, on the 12th and 13th, maznik with coin is spun with friends who as I mentioned before, gather in restaurants in the late years, though there are many who still celebrate at home. The host is the one who got the coin the previous year. The housewife cuts the maznik and splits it into as many people as there are on the table. The eldest in the family spin it three times in a clockwise direction. The luckiest one who gets the piece with the coin, throws the first dice and starts gambling. Later the celebration continues with a song and dance until early in the morning. Also for the lucky winner of the coin, people who are present leave money.

The strange thing is that many Macedonians break bread with coin on Christmas Eve.
Church says that the only justifiable tradition is that the bread with coin (or maznik with coin) is always prepared on Vasilica and it is linked to life story of St. Basil the Great. There is one event which tells that when a king who wanted to destroy the city was coming, St. Basil asked people to give some money (coins) to bribe the king in some way, to not hurt people. But, the king died and didn't come to the city, so Basil the Great confronted the dilemma of how to return wealth to the people. And not everyone gave the same amount. He ordered the city bakeries to knead bread in ovens and to put coins inside. Then the bread was divided among people. And God's miracle happened and everyone was returned exactly the same amount of coins as they gave. Because of this dedication, we commemorate Vasilica by placing a coin in the bread. We remember the miracle that God made through the Holy Basil.
Besides the Macedonian Orthodox Church, according to the Julian calendar, religious holidays also celebrate the Russian and Serbian Church and the Patriarchate of Jerusalem and the monks of Mount Athos. Unlike them, the Greek, Bulgarian, Romanian, Ukrainian and Georgian Orthodox Church follow the Gregorian calendar and celebrate Vasilica on the 1st of January.