- In most English-speaking countries.
- Either January 5th or January 6th, the night before Epiphany (the day when the three Wise Men visited the Infant Jesus, according to the Nativity Story)
- It is the end of the period between Christmas and Epiphany known as the Twelve Days of Christmas.
(It took the three Wise Men twelve Days to find the Infant Jesus)
- It is when people should remove Christmas decorations: In some countries, it is unlucky to leave Christmas decorations after Twelfth Night
- It is a festival: People eat, drink and enjoy themselves.
- In English and French custom, the Twelfth-Cake was baked with a bean in it. And people who found it were designated King or Queen of the night's festivities.
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