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Annual Epiphany parade held in Madrid

2009-01-06 09:03:51 GMT2009-01-06 17:03:51 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

People take part in the traditional Epiphany parade with their geese in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

People dress up to take part in the traditional Epiphany parade in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

A man takes part in the traditional Epiphany parade with his cattles in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

A boy taking part in the traditional Epiphany parade distributes sweets to others in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

People take part in the traditional Epiphany parade in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

People take part in the traditional Epiphany parade with their geese in Madrid, Spain, on Jan. 5, 2009. The annual Epiphany parade was held on Monday night. Traditionally, children in Spain get their Christmas presents from their parents on Jan. 6, the day when the "Three Wise Men" visited the baby Jesus.(Xinhua/Chen Haitong)

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