Germany has two "Children's Days" to celebrate, but they are holidays which remain divided into 'East' and 'West, as they were in the years before the country's reunification.

June 1st is International "Kindertag" and celebrated in the eastern side of the country, while "World Children's Day" is honored in September in the west.

But Berlin celebrates both - lucky children.

International Children's Day in Germany

Francine A. McKenna - German Culture Editor

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