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According to a rumor about churro, the churro was made by Spanish shepherds, to substitute for fresh bakery goods. It is an answer why the name comes from the horns of the church sheep, which grew in the Castile region of Spain.Today it is eaten by being dipped in chocolate. In addition, countries like Spain, Peru, Venezuela and Colombia have churrerías throughout their streets. In Portugal, they are commonly eaten at carnivals, fairs and other celebrations, where they are made freshly at street stands.The Chocolateria San Gines Café, located in Madrid, has been the symbol place of the city for only this sweet and has been serving for 124 years. This is open every day of the week and 24 hours a day.