How Día de los Reyes is celebrated in Latin countries Breana Sturgis p.B

In Latin countries, Día de los Reyes is a very important and celebrated holiday.

Día de los Reyes is celebrated with parades and celebrations.

In Spain and Mexico, people make large, oval shaped cakes called Rosca de Reyes, or Wreath of the Kings,

Los Reyes Magos is particularly celebrated by children who receive gifts from the Magi. Children put their shoes out and fill them with grass and water for the camels, and then next morning, there are gifts for them. Some children write list for the Three Kings instead of Santa Clause.

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