The three Magi and other gift-bringers from around the world
The Three Magi - spain: In Spain, children wait for Los tres Reyes Mages, also known as the Three Magi.
The Three Magi - Spain: The Three Magi were the last to arrive in Bethlehem with their gifts of gold.
The smallest camel - Syria: In Syria, the story of the Three Magi also plays a role.
The smallest camel - Syria: The smallest camel is celebrated for his dedication and perseverance.
La Befana - Italy: La Befana is an old woman who brings gifts to Italian children on the eve of the Feast of the Epiphany.
La Befana - Italy: The Befana looks very similar to a witch, but she is a beloved figure who not only brings candy.
La Befana - Italy: She comes from the story of the Three Magi, whom she provided with shelter on their long journey to find Jesus.
Ded Moroz - Slavic countries: Ded Moroz, which translates to "Grandfather Frost," is a character in Slavic mathology.
Ded Moroz - Slavic countries: The celebration of Christmas and Ded Moroz was discouraged after the Russian Revolution.
Snegurochka - Slavic countries: In East Slavic countries, Ded Moroz is accompanied by Snegurochka, or "Snow Maiden.