Test your knowledge about Germany!
Jun 28th 2018

Did you know that…? The population of Germany is approximately 82 million. This makes it the European Member state with the highest number of inhabitants, representing 15% of the entire EU population. Germany ranks third in the world in terms of Nobel laureates, taking the credit for 106 awards. 24 of these awards have been […]

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Jun 25th 2018

While German exerts its influence on the countries that border it — Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland and Poland — all of these cultures have, in varying degrees, had a hand in shaping today’s Germany. The population is 91.5 percent German, with Turkish being the second largest ethnic group at 2.4 […]

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A short glimpse into German history
Jun 23rd 2018

In the first century BC, powerful Roman legions could only occupy lands up to the Danube River in the south and the Rhine in the west, as central Germany remained free. When the Roman Empire all but collapsed, groups of regional Germanic peoples (including free Germany) merged to become a consequential European force under Otto […]

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You shouldn´t miss visiting Germany
Jun 17th 2018

Due to its rich history and the diversified nature you should visit Germany at least once (better several times 🙂 ). You´ll find beautiful (fairy tale) castles, medieval cities, a wide range of national parks, romantic river valleys, hills, mountains, a coastline with a length of more than 1000 kilometres with lots of terrific beaches, […]

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Germany is a federation
Jun 1st 2018

Germany lies at the heart of Europe and shares its borders with nine other nations. No other European country has more neighbours. In the north, Germany has access to the North and Baltic Seas. In the south it borders on the Alps. At 2,962 meters the Zugspitze in Bavaria is its highest peak. At 3.54 […]

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