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Cultural Note: Epifania
Twelfth Night – a public holiday and religious festival celebrating the adoration of Jesus by the Magi. By popular tradition it is also the day when la Befana, an old woman on a broomstick, brings children gifts: they hang up their stockings the night before and in the morning find them full of sweets, cakes, and little presents or, if they have been naughty, coal (nowadays usually made of sugar).
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