Traditional Three Kings' Day, Madrid

2016-01-06 01:00 | Life | ... Spain
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Street procession during a Three Kings' Day on Plaza de Cibelese. Madrid, Spain, on January 5, 2016. Photo by Rostyslav Kovalchuk / LUFA

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MADRID, Spain. January 5, 2016. People celebrate Three Kings' Day, a traditional Spanish holiday on Plaza de Cibelese, Madrid. The holiday is the culmination of Christmas and New Year's in Spain. This day, on January 6, the Spanish children receive gifts - they are brought by the magicians famous here as Three Biblical Magi (Reyes Magos) Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar.