The Epiphany in Spain! By: Nik Scalzo 13/1/17

Epiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God in his Son as the incarnation of Jesus Christ.
In Spain, children write their letters of what they’d like the Three Kings to bring them, and not to Santa in the North Pole.
The traditions on this day are for children to leave out their polished shoes on the eve of January 5th, as well as sweets and milk/wine for the Kings and their live modes of transportation.
In Spain on Epiphany morning you might go to the local bakers and buy a special cake/pastry called a 'Roscón'.
References:http://www.whychristmas.com/cultures/spain.shtml http://www.thespainscoop.com/the-epiphany-in-spain/

I have neither given nor receive unauthorized help on this work - Nik Scalzo

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