In western Christianity Epiphany (usually celebrated on January 6th) commemorates the visit of the 3 Kings / Wise Men / Magi to the baby Jesus. It is called El Día de los Reyes / Tres Reyes Magos in Spanish and traditionally in Spain it was the day when children received their presents; parades celebrating the arrival of the kings are also a feature. Many of these Catholic traditions are also observed in Latin America. A more unusual Reyes festival takes place in Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley near Cusco. Indigenous Quechua people from the highlands carry a statue of Baby Jesus from Markacocha down to Ollantaytambo, where it joins more Niño / Baby Jesus statues (that have also been carried to Ollantaytambo from their villages) for the festival. The event also features Catholic masses and dance parades.