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We were stationed with the Army in El Paso, Texas. The time we
spent there was very enjoyable. I will always remember the
celebration of Christmas. The most beautiful view was the many
walkways lined with luminarias. A luminaria is a paper bag with
sand on the bottom and a lit candle in the bag. The meaning of the
glowing pathways was to guide the three Kings to Jesus.

Where learned: TEXAS ; EL PASO

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- December 21 solstice to March 20

Date learned: 12-00-1986

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