active side - game on manicured golf courses for all handicaps,
or go on foot to the various trails. If you want horse riding
or cycling, you will find an unforgettable landscape for each
rhythm. When scaling the peaks of the Alps. Do you want to lose
themselves in the wild? No doubt, Germany is the best destination
for active tourism.
the largest population of all EU countries. The area stretches
from the North Sea and Baltic Sea in the north to the Alps in
Süden.Fahren you to some of Europe's major rivers like the
Rhine, the Danube and the Elbe.
a federal republic. ) The national legislature for the Bundestag
(lower chamber or Federal Assembly, whose members are elected
every four years by universal suffrage, and the Bundesrat) (upper
chamber or Federal Council, which consists of 69 representatives
of 16 states.
War II Germany was divided into the "Federal Republic",
West, and) the "German Democratic Republic" (communism.
The Berlin Wall, symbol of the division, fell in 1989 and a year
later, the official Wiederveinigung found statt.Deutsch is the
language which has the largest number of speakers in the European
Union. Germany is the third largest economy in the world. The
automobile, precision instruments, electronic equipment, telecommunications,
and chemical and pharmaceutical industries are some examples of
a wide range of industrial production. The investment by German
companies have invested mainly in the countries of Central and
Eastern Europe, in 2004 the EU had membership.
Germany is the birthplace of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and others
Wagner.Unter is the German contribution to European classical
music is essential. In thought and literature, the great German
heritage with the figures of Luther, Goethe, Schiller, Nietzsche,
Kant, Brecht and Thomas Mann
The symbol of Berlin. Built in 1788-91 by Carl Gotthard Langhans
The Acropolis in Athens served as a model for this gate
- in at Munich is probably the most famous festival in Germany.
Perhaps the most famous festival in the world
Each year, more than 6 million. Visitors and drink 5 mill. Liters
Dresden - a city of art and culture
in the northeast of Germany (Saxony)
Population: 472,350 (2000)
A beautiful baroque monument.
With its gardens, the "kennel" one of the main attractions
of the capital of Saxony
Today the Zwinger houses a museum.
Other major cities
and many more
our city portal you will find a detailed list of German cities.
gave this part of Germany called "Black Forest"
The Black Forest is located in southwestern Germany
It stretches over 160 km. from Pforzheim to Waldshut. The width
is about 20 km. in the north and 50 km. south
The highest peak reaches 1500 meters
The Black Forest is divided into 3 zones: the northern Black Forest,
Central and South divided
The Rhine is one of the largest rivers in Europe
In the west, across the Rhine from Cologne, Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia)
in Lindau (Bayern)
He has numerous tributaries, very good for the Main-Moselle (etc.).
In 1868, built
by Bavarian King Ludwig II.
It is situated on the cliffs of Monte Tegelberg in Bavaria, at
an altitude of 2000 meters.
In 2006, economic
growth was stronger than expected, due mainly to increased exports
and less on increased domestic demand.
Private consumption is moving, barely, mainly due to increased
Due to energy prices, and a real decline in wages is.
A decline in inflation presented himself due to favorable oil
Total exports during the period January-April 2007: There have
been 318 million
Euro Exports and Imports in total 254 million euros.
German exports reach historic highs, despite the appreciation
Euro strengthens Germany's position as the largest exporter to
has held since 2003. Have on the other hand, the import skilled
a sharp increase since 2005 and the first months of 2007
has grown faster than exports.
If we are to the same period last year, growth
met by the export was around 11.26%, while the
Increase in total imports increased by 8% compared to the year
Germany belongs completely to a temperate climate in the west
central area and is located in the transitional zone between the
maritime climate in Western Europe and the continental climate
of Eastern Europe. The climate in Germany is among others influenced
by the Gulf Stream, the climate values for the latitude unusually
The mean annual rainfall (based on the years 1961-1990) is 700
millimeters. The average monthly rainfall varies from 40 millimeters
to 77 millimeters in February, in June.
The lowest ever temperature measured in Germany amounted to -45.9
degrees Celsius, while it was on 24 December 2001 registered on
Funtensee. The highest ever temperature was 40.3 degrees Celsius,
and was on 8 Nennig reached in August 2003 in the Saarland. In
part, the data are conflicting, so loud was the German weather
service in Germany with the absolute maximum temperature measured
40.2 degrees Celsius on 27 Gärmersdorf in July 1983 in Amberg
(Upper Palatinate), on 9 August 2003 in Karlsruhe, and on 13 August
2003 in Freiburg and Karlsruhe.
is the coldest month. Average of 1.6C in the north and the south-2C.
In July, the warmest Monat.Die northern coastal region in July
durchschnittlicheTemperaturen between 16C and 18C, in some places
in the south, the average is 19.4C or slightly higher. Annual
rainfall varies from 2,000 mm per year in the mountains over the
greater part of the country, an average of between 600 millimeters
and 800 millimeters per year.
Official name: Republic of Germany
Area: 357,021 km ²
82 million people - 230 km ² (2000)
It consists of 16 states
It has borders with 9 countries (Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Switzerland,
France, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark)
Religion: one third of Protestants, Catholics, and the third third
of the other religions or agnostics
Official language: German
Economy: the dominance of the tertiary sector
Currency: Since 1 January 2002: Introduction of the Euro (€)
There are 2 major parties: the SPD (Social Democratic Party) and
The islands in the north (the largest island is "request"
with 976 km ²)
The mountains in the south (the highest peak of the Zugspitze
at 2962 meters)
Green country with many forests and rivers (the most popular Black
Forest and the longest river is the Rhine with 939 sq. km)