How the Epiphany is celebrated in other countries Taylor Anderson 1-12-16 Ive neither given nor recieved unautorized help on this work.

Spain celebrates the Epiphany on January 6th. It's called Fiesta de Los tres Reyes Mages, which means The festival of the three Magic Kings. It celebrates when the 3 Magi brought gifts to Jesus.
Children write letters to the three things about what they want for Christmas. They don't ask Santa. It's a day to exchange gifts.
Children and adults leave out their polished shoes and wine/milk and sweets, on January 5th. On January 6th, the children wake up with a tree with so many presents.
In the morning, they also eat a Roscón de Los Reyes. It's a donut shaped sweet that has a baby Jesus figure and a dried fava bean. Whoever finds baby Jesus is crowned king or queen of the house for the day, and whoever finds the bean, has to buy the next Roscón de Los Reyes.

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