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In pictures: Russian Christians plunge into icy water to mark Epiphany
Most people take the plunge at midnight or on the day of the feast itself, which falls on January 19, after priests have blessed the water.
Annual Greek cold water plunge causes a splash on day of Epiphany
Orthodox Christians across Greece came together for Epiphany Day with a dive into cold sea water in the name of retrieving a wooden cross.
France welcomes the New Year with more costly 'Galette des Rois'
The traditional sharing of the "Galette des Rois" in France has been slightly tarnished with bakers and chefs having to increase prices due to butter costs doubling in two years.
The Three Kings arrive by boat to Barcelona with presents for children
The Three Kings, also called the Three Wise men, have finally arrived on Wednesday in Barcelona onboard a ship docking at the city's port. The night of January 5th is the most important and magical night of the year for thousands of children in Spain.
Watch: Three Kings parade returns to Madrid to mark Epiphany
This year's parade featured a giant mechanical elephant, live camels, and acrobats, as well as a traditional fireworks display at the end.
Russians submerge in frozen waters to mark Epiphany
The Russian President takes part in a traditional Orthodox ritual to mark the feast of Epiphany every year.
Orthodox Christians in Bulgaria ignore COVID advice for Epiphany
Orthodox Christian churches in Greece, Bulgaria and Romania celebrate Epiphany on January 6
COVID-19 rains on Spain's Epiphany parades
COVID-19 restrictions mean the traditional parades in Spain for Three Kings' Day have been scrapped.
Russians mark Epiphany with plunge into icy water
Russian Orthodox Christians immerse in ice-cold water in some of the country's regions to celebrate the baptism of Jesus Christ.
Orthodox Christian worshippers plunge into icy waters
Orthodox Christian worshippers braved cold weather and plunged into cold wateron Monday to retrieve a wooden cross during the traditional blessing of the Orthodox Epiphany Day.
Watch: Children in Portuguese village smoke to celebrate Epiphany
Villagers have defended the tradition. "It is a normal tradition for us because it has existed for many years," resident Rui Sergio said.
Icy epiphany in Bulgaria
Bagpipes and folk songs in frozen river for Orthodox celebration
Families pack Madrid streets for Three Kings parade
Thousands of families packed the streets of the Spanish capital Madrid on Saturday to watch a traditional parade marking the eve of the Feast of the Epiphany.
Pope tells EU to stop bickering over migrant ship in Epiphany message
The rescue ships have 49 migrants onboard and are stuck in the Mediterranean.
President Vladimir Putin takes below-freezing Epiphany dip
With an election in March President Putin is pressing all the buttons in his search for a big turnout and thumping majority.
Putin takes traditional Epiphany dip in icy lake
Russia's president stripped off to his swimming trunks to observe an Orthodox Christian ritual
Spain celebrates Three Kings’ Day
Guess what - politics coloured the celebrations in Catalonia.
Bosnia's Orthodox Christians follow rituals in run-up to Christmas
Orthodox Christians in Bosnia have been preparing for Epiphany and Christmas by following traditions and having a pre-festive feast