How the Epiphany is celebrated in other Countries? By kayla patterson 1/13/17

The día De Los Reyes is the Three Wise Men day and it is considered to be one of the most significant holiday celebrations across Latin America

In Spain one of the most important parts of the day is edible wreaths or the Rosca de Reyes and in the cake there is a hidden baby Jesus and who ever gets the slice with baby Jesus in it has to host a party on February 2nd

This day is usually celebrated with huge parades and parties and they have a parade with huge puppets of the 3 kings

The epiphany is the last day of the Christmas season, which is January 6. It's on the 12 day of Christmas

This event is bigger than Santa the little children leave their shoes outside on January 5 at night and then the 3 magi leave many gifts for them and they wake up to the gifts from the magi

Día De Los Reyes is sometimes more important to people than Christmas

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