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Donde Van Los Reyes Magos

¿Dónde van los Reyes Magos?

Cada año, los niños de todo el mundo esperan ansiosos la llegada de los Reyes Magos el 6 de enero. Pero, ¿Dónde se dirigen de su palacio de Oriente?

El Viaje de los Reyes Magos

Les toma aproximadamente dos meses llegar al lugar donde desean ofrecer sus regalos. Señalar su ruta se ha convertido en una leyenda en muchas culturas alrededor del mundo.

Las Rutas de los Reyes Magos

  • España: Los Reyes Magos parten desde el Palacio Real en Madrid. Durante el camino, los Reyes visitan multitud de ciudades españolas.
  • América Latina: Los Reyes Magos parten de La Habana, la capital de Cuba, recorren muchas ciudades de América Latina antes de llegar a su destino.
  • Estados Unidos: Se desconoce exactamente la ruta que usan los Reyes Magos para visitar los Estados Unidos. Muchas veces aterrizan en aeropuertos de ciudades como Nueva York Y Miami.
  • Europa: Los Reyes Magos visitan todas las principales ciudades de Europa, en particular las de los países de habla hispana.
  • Resto del mundo: El viaje de los Reyes Magos concluye con su parada en los países del resto del mundo.

De esta manera, el 6 de diciembre, los niños de todo el mundo esperan la llegada de los tres Reyes Magos para disfrutar de los regalos de Navidad.

Where is the festival of the three kings?

On the twelfth day of Christmas, January 6, we celebrate Three Kings Day! Celebrated most in Europe, Spain, and Latin America, ‘El Dia de los Reyes’, as it’s called in Spanish, marks the glorification of baby Jesus by the Three Wise Men. Although the actual site of the Three Kings’ arrival is unknown, some of the most popular celebrations include processions, gift-giving, and feasts.

In the United States, some states and towns still recognize this holiday by hosting Three Kings Day festivals and parades, usually on or near January 6. Local community organizations and Latino groups are usually in charge of the organization and festivities.

What countries celebrate Día de Los Reyes?

Who celebrates Three Kings Day and why does it matter? Venezuela, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, Paraguay and Cuba are among the Latin American and Caribbean countries that celebrate this holiday.

Three Kings Day, also known as Epiphany or Día de Los Reyes, marks the biblical story of the Magi’s visit to the baby Jesus. Many Latin American and Caribbean cultures celebrate the day by giving gifts, exchanging cards and songs, and for children, leaving shoes out for the kings that visit during the night and leaving them with treats. The importance of Three Kings Day lies in its strong religious significance, as well as conveying the spirit of love, charity, and goodwill to all. Traditionally, families of reckoning exchange gifts on this special day, thus, reinforcing the importance of charity and love.

When and where is Dia de los Reyes Magos?

In Mexico, Día de Los Reyes (known elsewhere as Epiphany) is celebrated on January 6 to honor the Three Wise Men. This holiday represents the day the Three Wise Men (Los Tres Reyes Magos) gave gifts to Jesus Christ, and the day closes the Christmas festivities.

In many parts of Mexico, the celebration begins with the traditional posada, which represents the wise men’s search for a place to sleep. People then go out and engage in processions, sing and pray. The day also marks the eating of Rosca de Reyes, a cake with a small plastic baby Jesus inside. Traditionally, the person who finds it must provide tamales and atole for a feast on February 2nd for La Candelaria.

Where is Los Reyes Magos?

Celebrating Three Kings Day in Spain today On January 5, parades take place throughout the country to celebrate the arrival of the kings. Spanish families line the streets of their hometown to get a glimpse of the cabalgata de los reyes magos, or Three Kings Day parade. As the parade comes to an end, the Three Kings offer gifts to the children of the town. It’s a holiday steeped in tradition, and with each passing year, the excitement of Día de Los Reyes Magos only grows larger.

In Barcelona, the festivities begin with a floating parade, in which three ships sail through the ports filled with thousands of spectators. Once the ships reach the end of the parade route, the Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos begins. This popular parade starts on the waterfront and continues all the way through the old city. As the parade passes through the streets, the Three Kings hand out candy, toys, and other small presents. In Madrid, the parade begins at Sol Square and ends at Plaza de Cibeles, where attendees can get a glimpse of the Three Kings riding on their camels. Along the parade route, which begins at the end of December and stretches for 350 meters, children and adults alike receive gifts from the Kings. The parade takes place in many other cities in Spain, offering a unique experience for visitors.

No matter where Three Kings Day is celebrated across Latin America and the Caribbean, it is a day filled with joy, giving, and wonder. From Mexico to Spain, this holiday marks a special and holy moment in the year and continues to bring joy and love to children of all ages.

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