How The Epiphany Is Celebrated In Other Countries? By : Julian coronado 01/13/17

Día De Los Reyes is a popular Latin Amercian celebration that is celebrated more then Christmas because of the Catholic influence Spain had on the Latin Americans. The name of the Three Kings are Gasper, Melchior, and Balthazar.
The way they celebrate "El Día De Los Reyes" is when it's the night of January 5th the children leave there shoes out in front the house and leave water out for the camels of the Kings and then the next morning the children go outside to find presents inside and beside there shoes.
In Spain they do many things on "El Día De Los Reyes" which takes place on January 6th they make a special cake for the Kings which they make in a form of a crown and the put a small figure that symbolized the baby Jesus, they also do huge parades for the Kings with giant puppets of the three Kings.
The Epiphany is the last day for the Christians of the Christmas season which is also on January 6th. The Epiphany is the celebration of God becoming a human.

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