Three Kings Parade held in Harlem

About 200 New Yorkers from all five boroughs visited Harlem Tuesday to take part in the 38th annual Three Kings Parade.



The Latin tradition marks an end to the Christmas holiday season.



Participants from several schools and organizations started their march on 106th Street and Lexington Avenue. The parade also included lively music and colorful costumes.



The parade is organized by El Museo del Barrio, a museum dedicated to Puerto Rican, Caribbean and Latin American art.



Despite the snow, many say they loved taking part in the tradition.



This year, El Museo del Barrio celebrated the parade's founder, Jack Agueros, who passed away last Spring.


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