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People celebrate after winning the first prize of Spain's Christmas lottery named "El Gordo" (Fat One) in Granen, in Manises, near Valencia, on December 22, 2012. The world's richest lottery showered prizes of up to 2.5 billion euros ($3.3 billion) on crisis-hit Spaniards in an annual draw of the "El Gordo" or "The Fat One". The jackpot went to number 76058, which is split into a total of 1,800 "decimo" tickets each paying out 400,000 euros.  TOPSHOTS AFP   / JOSE JORDAN
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