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Feast of the Three Kings - How Poles Celebrate the Feast of the ...
Poles celebrate the Feast of the Three Kings by inscribing their doors with the initials of the Magi. ... More Eastern European Christmas Traditions.
Christmas Traditions of the Polish People - Eastern European Foods
Today, in a concession to tradition, many people place straw and evergreen sprigs on a ... The letters, with a cross after each one, stand for the the Three Kings ...
Three Kings Cake Recipe - Eastern European Foods - About.com
Some Poles enjoy king cake or ciasto trzech kroli on the Feast of the Three Kings, also known as the Epiphany, on Jan. 6.
History and Meaning of Three Kings Day in Puerto Rico
2. The Puerto Rican Tradition. Three Kings Day, or Epiphany, is one of the most important holidays on the Puerto Rican calendar. Traditionally, the island, and ...
How to Celebrate A Puerto Rican Christmas - Puerto Rico Travel
Local traditions add a unique spirit to the holiday. ... On the night before January 6, Three Kings Day, Puerto Rican children collect grass and place it in a ...
Three Kings Day in Spain - Spain Travel - About.com
What is Three Kings Day Like in Spain? ... A popular tradition is to eat a Roscón, a sweet, donut-shaped bread (though much bigger than a donut) covered in ...
Three Kings Day - Latin Caribbean Food - About.com
Jan 1, 2014 ... In the Caribbean, Three Kings Day (also known as Epiphany) is an imported tradition that originated with the Spanish settlers. For centuries, the ...
Kings Day in Mexico - Mexico Travel - About.com
January 6th is Three Kings Day in Mexico, known as the Día de Reyes. This is Epiphany on the church calendar, the 12th day after Christmas, when the Magi ...
A German Christmas - Weihnachten - Christmas Customs and ...
To this day, the initials of the Three Kings-C+M+B (Caspar/Gaspar, Melchior, ... Weihnachten (not that the words of Christmas don't involve the traditions as well).
Puerto Rico Events - January Calendar of Events in Puerto Rico
Puerto Ricans celebrate December 25, but don't forget about January 6, El Día de los Tres Reyes Magos, or Three Kings Day. An old-fashioned tradition calls for  ...
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