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Epiphany (sometimes known as “Little Christmas”) is a Christian feast day that celebrates the visit of the “Three Wise Man” and the manifestation and revelation of Jesus Christ.
This is also known as “Día de Los Reyes” which is a holiday celebrated on January 6th in Mexico to celebrate and honor the “Three Wise Man” who gave gifts to Jesus Christ. This is also commonly known as the “Feast of the Epiphany” and marks the close of Christmas. Children in Spain and Latin America receive majority of their holiday gifts from the “Three Wise Man”. It’s a tradition for children to place their wish list on January 5th with their shoes and be given gifts on morning of January 6th by the “Three Kings.”
This holiday marks the end of Christmas (12th Day of Christmas) and is celebrated by people around the world in various ways. One of the most common traditions is to make and serve Rosca de Reyes also known as the King’s Cake. This is an oval-shaped pastry which is decorated with colorful fruits to represent the Kings Crown. The cake is baked with little baby shaped figurines which represents the time when Baby Jesus was hidden by Joseph and Mary from Herod. According to tradition, when the cake is given to guests, the person who receives the baby figurine must host a presentation of Baby Jesus on Candlemas Day which falls on 2 February, also known as Día de la Candelaria.
The January 6th holiday of “Día de Los Reyes” is filled with Joy and Happiness and is spent with family and friends. Latinos celebrate Día de Los Reyes across Latin America and the United States with huge parades and lavish parties to celebrate the holiday and coming of the Three Kings. Epiphany is the last day of Christmas and is celebrate in a grand way by Latinos.