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Three Kings Day, a bit like our Children's Day, is a traditional festival in Spain. On January 6th every year, it is said that the three kings of the East are offering gifts to the holy baby Jesus. On this day, the children can make wishes and wishes to the three wise men of the East. Parents will give gifts to underage children when they want a gift. Although there is a Christmas gift, in Spain, it continues the tradition of giving gifts to the three kings of the East. On the day of Valencia, it happened to catch up with the Three Kings Day. Many parents came out to sleep, all the way to the baby, and once again met the Three Kings Festival on the last day in Seville, a heavy rain. When I met unexpectedly, I thought I had spent it in the room. I suddenly heard the sound of gongs and drums and the crowd cheering. Looking out the window, there was a parade of floats, and I quickly packed up and caught up with a happy queue. The crowds on the street are heading towards the floats. Most of them are parents celebrating the Three Kings Day with their children. They are very lucky to join this party.
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