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Geographical location: Germany is considered one of the largest countries in the European Union. Her location on the world map – Central Europe… Germany’s borders lie with a number of countries: in the north with Denmark, in the east with Czech Republic and Poland, from the south its neighbors are considered to be Austria and Switzerland, and the western border runs next to the neighborhood France, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg

Germany is a federal state, it consists of 16 national states, the governing body in this country is the parliament. Basically, Germans are Christian. The country has access to two seas – the North and the Baltic.

Germany on the map

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Germany – a country with an ancient history

This state received its name in the distant times of the existence of the Roman Empire, and means the name of the tribe. The inhabitants of this tribe “Germans” lived beyond the Rhine valley. This people has been known since the development of Ancient Greece. Only a little later the word “Germans” began to appear in the documents of Ancient Rome. History tells that after the fall of Rome, the state of the Franks was revived. King Charlemagne, who was in power in the ninth century, created a new power, but its existence was very short-lived. Later, the emperor’s grandchildren divided these lands into three countries, as a result of which the territory of the eastern Germanic tribes became Germany.

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A lot of historical events around the world are associated with this state. Germany, due to its long history of existence, has almost always been a conquering country. At the beginning of the 19th century, during the Napoleonic Wars, the German Confederation was created, later it collapsed. At the end of the 19th century, culture, science and philosophy flourished in Germany, it became a great power in Europe.

Germany played a major role in unleashing the two world wars, which led to huge consequences and losses. After the defeat in the Second World War, the country was divided into two parts: the FRG and the GDR. And only forty-five years later, it reunited.

About the nature of Germany

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Like many countries, Germany has northern, central and southern parts. Some of them are plain, others consist of hills and foothills, and the third is dominated by mountains. The rivers Rhine, Danube, Elbe and Oder, which flow through Germany, are large and long. Lake Constance over an area of ​​over 500 sq. kilometers and a depth of 254 m has a beautiful view and is located in the foothills of the Alps.

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The temperate zone is typical for this country. Climatic conditions often change rapidly here and natural weather events are inherent in the seasons. In a large part of the country, forests of deciduous and mixed trees grow, here you can find pines, oaks, beeches and others. The arid places where the plains meet are covered with heather. An insignificant part of the territory is flooded with swamps, and the mountains are famous for their alpine meadows.

Germany for tourists

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Sightseeings of Germany

Germany is a country that you can visit all year round. It is varied and magical in any season, be it summer, winter, fall or spring. In any month of the year, a trip to Germany will leave a lot of impressions in your memory! There is a huge number of different sights, unique places and architectural monuments. German cities are a special charm of medieval Germany.

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Travel! Germany and its sights are waiting for you!

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