NYC Photo News was there as New York City celebrated Three Kings Day with a parade in East Harlem.

The day, also known as the Epiphany, celebrates the biblical journey of the three kings to Bethlehem who brought the baby Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh and is widely celebrated in Spanish-speaking countries.

The parade route stretched from 106th St. and Madison Ave. to 115th St and Park Ave. and featured politicians, floats, camels, a marching band, and multiple "Three Kings" including three stilt-walking kngs.

The parade was sponsored by El Museo del Barrio.

A group of three kings in the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

Camels from the Dawn Animal Agency in the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

A stilt-walking king greets the crowd during the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

Congressman Jose Serrano in the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

Three kings riding on a float in the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

Guardian Angels have their photo taken with City Comptroller John Liu at the Three Kings Parade

Guardian Angels gaze up at giant three kings puppets at the Three Kings Parade in East Harlem

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