Día de los Reyes Ryan Willson 1-13-17

Día de los reyes en España
Three Kings Day is similarly celebrated to Christmas. Spanish children await the arrival of the three kings on their camels to deliver presents.
Children leave their shoes outside their rooms for the three kings to place gifts in them.
The children also leave water and grass for the camels of the three kings, similar to what many children in America do for the reindeer.
A kings cake is baked with a small baby Jesus inside of it. The family eats the cake and whoever gets the slice with Jesus has to have a Three Kings party on February 2nd
References: - personal experience, the second article posted on Showbie, http://www.donquijote.org/culture/spain/society/holidays/the-three-kings and pictures from Google
I have neither given nor received unauthorized help on this work. Ryan Willson

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