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3 Dec 2018

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Nochebuena – Christmas Eve
La misa del gallo – Midnight Mass
La Navidad – Yuletide/Christmas
El Día de los Santos Inocentes – 28th December (similar to April Fool’s Day)
El Día de Año Nuevo – New Year’s Day
El Día de los Reyes Magos – 6th January, the day of the Three Kings – presents are traditionally given on this day in Spanish-speaking countries
La Noche de Reyes – Twelfth Night (the eve before El Día de los Reyes Magos)
La Cabalgata – Christmas parade on La Noche de Reyes, with the kings driving around on a float to shower people with sweets and presents.
Tomar las uvas – Spanish tradition to see in the New Year; eating a grape for each stroke of the clock at midnight on New Year’s Eve to represent the months of the coming year.
El Gordo – Extremely popular Spanish Christmas lottery on 22nd December, known for the results being sung by children.

Is the English here correct?

Spanish will be checked later.

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