Children's Day

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Children's Day is a commemorative date celebrated annually in honor of children, whose actual day varies by country. In 1925, International Children's Day was first proclaimed in Geneva during the World Conference on Child Welfare, and since then is celebrated on 1 June in most countries.
Children's Day
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Children's Day is a commemorative date celebrated annually in honor of children, whose actual day varies by country. In 1925, International Children's Day was first proclaimed in Geneva during the World Conference on Child Welfare, and since then is celebrated on 1 June in most countries.
Children's Day
Children's Day
Children's Day is a commemorative date celebrated annually in honor of children, whose actual day varies by country. In 1925, International Children's Day was first proclaimed in Geneva during the World Conference on Child Welfare, and since then is celebrated on 1 June in most countries.

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Children's Day

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