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Calendario Navideño

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El Gordo

Nochebuena

Navidad

Día de los Santos Inocentes

Nochevieja

Año Nuevo

Día de Reyes

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Cabalgata de Reyes

Nochevieja es la noche del 31 de diciembre, que empieza con una cena en familia. Luego, los jóvenes se despiden del año con amigos. A las doce se toma 12 uvas al ritmo de las campanadas del reloj que indican el fin del año. Después se felicita el año nuevo con un beso y una copa de cava. ¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

Roscón de Reyes. This large cake in the shape of a giant doughnut is decorated with candied fruits and filled with cream or chocolate. Inside this sweet treat there are two surprises: a gift and also a dried bean. The gift is usually a ceramic statue of one of the Three Kings, as this sweet is eaten right on the day of the Epiphany, January 6. Whoever finds the ceramic statuette is the "king" of the day, but whoever finds the bean has to pay for the roscón of the year he or she is looking for!

El BelénTraditionally in Spain, people set the scene of the nativity as the Chritmas decoration.currently, is also fashionable to have a Christmas tree but the nativity still plays a much love central role as a Christmas tradition, so much so, that in some towns they even bring it to life!

After all night partying celebrating the New Year, we love to have this typical brakfast, churros con chocolate.

Los Reyes Magos que vienen del Oriente son Melchor, Gaspar y Baltasar. El 5 de enero se organizan cabalgatas en las que desfilan los tres Reyes magos en camellos o caballos. Esa noche los niños cenan temprano y se acuestan. Los Reyes Magos dejan los regalos: juguetes para los niños buenos y carbón para los niños malos.

Spain doesn’t celebrate April Fools’ Day on April 1st. But, Spanish people do have a very similar observance. And in true Spanish fashion, it’s done up in a big way! Spain’s version of April Fools is called El Día de los Inocentes (or Day of the Holy Innocents). A holiday with biblical origins, Día de los Inocentes is celebrated every year on December 28th. Taking place in the middle of the Christmas season, it’s a lighthearted celebration heavy in tradition.

Tronco de Navidad

La Misa del Gallo (cockerel mass) takes place art midnight between the 24th and 25th December. Before you ask, no, there is no cockerel roaming around in church!The name comes from the lasting and refers to the time of the day that takes place in.

La misa del Gallo

During Christmas time in Spain, families and friends gather together to celebrate and what a better way to do this than with food!Seafood, fish and canapes are take central stage in Spanish tables. Adn, for pudding, there are the typical traditional sweets like turrón and polvorones, which are eating all though the festivities.

La lotería de Navidad española is one of the biggest in the world! This event is very much loved and marks the beginning of the Christmas holidays in Spain.

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In Spain Santa is not who brings presents for Christmas. In north Spain there are three characters who bring presents:El Cagatió - CataluñaEl Aparpador - GaliciaEl Olentzero - País Vasco

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