martedì 1 gennaio 2013


Friday, January 4th

The Three Kings Day Parade is a colourful and festive Christmas affair, Latin American-style, that fills the streets of Spanish Harlem, in New York City, every year. A community celebration offering family entertainment is held a few days later at el Museo del Barrio. The Three Kings Day Parade in the largely Hispanic neighbourhood of East Harlem is organised by Latin museum of art El Museo del Barrio. It starts at 10 a.m. from the corner of 106th Street and 5th Ave and terminates at 106th St and 5th St. The parts of the three kings are usually played by local community celebrities and figureheads, who lead the parade for a good two hours around ten or twelve city blocks. The walk is followed by a programme of storytelling, music and toy distribution.

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