Stock Photo - PRODUCTION - 10 May 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Minden: The child looks at a Ramadan calendar, on the back of which his parents have written tasks for the children. Every day the children look at their task and get a reward if they complete it. During the day, believers in Ramadan do not eat anything; only after sunset do they eat and drink at the breaking of the fast - iftar - and usually in a social gathering. Turkish families have been baking and cooking traditional dishes since the beginning of the week. At the end of the fasting month, many devout Muslims in Germany are also preparing for the three-day Eid starting this Thursday. The couple from Turkey moved to Germany with their two children at the end of 2018. Photo: Eman Helal/dpa. - Minden/North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany

Stock Photo: PRODUCTION - 10 May 2021, North Rhine-Westphalia, Minden: The child looks at a Ramadan calendar, on the back of which his parents have written tasks for the.

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