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What is celebrated on the 6th of January in spanish-speaking countries?

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2014-09-17 21:02:16
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Three Kings' Day, or Epiphany, is celebrated on the 6th of January in many Catholic cultures, including Spanish-speaking countries. It is observed to commemorate the revelation of God the Son, in human form, as Jesus.

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The 6th of January, but in some places in France it is celebrated the first Sunday after January 1st.

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no, the 6th of January, 12 days after Christmas

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In France, on the 6th of January, the 'Three Kings day' is celebrated, with a big Christmas feast.

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Epiphany, or if you are an Orthodox Christian, Christmas.

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Christmas eve dinners and get togethers are celebrated with family and friends. But traditionally, gifts are exchanged on January the 6th the day of the Epiphany as do some European countries.

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it is celebrated on the 25th of December. Their feast takes place on the 6th of December, when children receive small gifts. Their feast of epiphany on January the 6th.

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it's "the 12th day of Christmas" or "the 12th night" = January 6th.

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Because it is 12 days after Christmas.

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Three kings day was celebrated on january the 6th

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The Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on the feast: the Solemnity of the Epiphany, usually celebrated in the Roman church on 6th of January.

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