Many countries, including Spain, join the universal celebration of Children's Day on November 20. This holiday was established by the UN General Assembly to celebrate childhood and remind adults about the rights that children have. But Spain also has its national Children's Day, that annually falls on April 15. However, this holiday isn't celebrated nationwide: the festive events are organized everywhere, except Madrid. Here the festive events are organized for children on the second Sunday in May.
Children's Day in Spain is full of joyful events, organized by local municipalities for children and their parents. Participation in these events helps strengthen family bonds and remind grown-ups how it's to be a child. Many families choose to celebrate this day by going out to a restaurant or a cafe. Economically feasible places are very popular on this day. Some families let children choose, where they'd like to go.Remind me with Google Calendar
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