On October 3, 1990, after 45 years of division, the German people celebrated their reunification with speeches and fireworks. Less than one year before, the Berlin Wall had fallen. But the hard work had only just begun: turning two very different countries into one. Twenty years later, Deutsche Welle takes a look at Germany today. What's life like in eastern and western Germany now? In what ways has Germany truly unified and what differences remain? And what does reunification mean to those Germans too young to even remember their country's division?