Día de los reyes magos
Epiphany - Dia de los Reyes: In Spain and some Latin American countries, Epiphany day is called El Día de los Reyes (The Day of the Kings), i.e., the day when a group of Kings or Magi, as related in the second chapter of the gospel of Matthew, arrived to worship and bring three gifts to the baby Jesus after following a star in the heavens. This day is sometimes known as the Día de los Tres Reyes Magos (The day of the Three Royal Magi)
In Argentina, "Día de los Reyes" (The Day of Kings), commemorating the arrival of the Magi to bring gifts to baby Jesus. The night of January 5 is "Noche de Reyes" (The Night of Kings) and children leave their shoes by the door, along with grass and water for the camels. In the morning of January 6, they get a present. A "Rosca de Reyes" (a ring-shaped Epiphany cake which contains a tiny plastic doll of baby Jesus hidden somewhere in the pastry) is eaten.