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The Three Kings arrive by boat to the fishing pier (04/01/2016)

The three Magi from the East arrive by boat Tuesday in Puerto de Mazarrón.

Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar are already on the way and arrival at the fishing pier around 16:00 hours on January 5 expected.

Their Majesties will go to a float expected to start riding that first tour the main streets of Puerto de Mazarrón and later Mazarrón.

They will be accompanied by a representative chariot of birth and other pastors, plus dance schools Antonio Jara, Juan Antonio Iglesias and De Rosa.

A group of riders close the parade in Mazarrón.

In Puerto de Mazarrón, Their Majesties will visit the Church of San Jose where they worship the Child.

During the journey the Magi not throw toys.

Have a gift for each child, at the end of the ride, in Coopers Square Puerto de Mazarrón, around 17:30 in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón, about 20:30.

In Puerto de Mazarrón, the itinerary will Their Majesties will be as follows: Fishing Pier, Plaza del Mar, calle Francisco Yúfera, Avenida Tierno Galvan street Gonzalez Ballesta, High Street (with stop and visit the Church of San José) will continue by Main Street to Dock Square where the tour ends.

Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar will travel walk the street Juan Sebastian Elcano to reach Coopers Square where gift-giving will take place.

In Mazarrón Their Majesties will visit a hospice La Purisima.

And from there, around 19:00, the route of the parade will begin on the main streets, starting Filomeno Hostench street toward Constitution Avenue to the height of the former People's University Square to head Convent where the tour ends.

Gift-giving will take place at the Town Hall Square.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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