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Jan 6Día de los Reyes Magos or Día de los Santos ReyesThe children receive gifts on this day rather than on Christmas. Since the Three Kings brought gifts, people exchange presents and children put out their shoes for the magi to le ...view middle of the document...

It is also an active volcano.Spanish name for Spain is España.Spain is in EuropeInstead of tooth fairy, Spain has Ratoncito Pérez, a little rat that leaves money under their pillow.Spain kids have 2 different birthdays: their actual birthday and the day of their Saint (based on their name)They also celebrate 2 Christmas: actual Christmas on the 25th of December and then on the 6th of January.A popular puffed air snack in Spain is gusanitosPocoyó and Los Lunnis are famous cartoons characters


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