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According to watchtutorials, Germany is a large and diverse nation, with a population of over 83 million people. The majority of the population are German, though there are significant minorities from other European countries, such as Poland and Turkey. The largest cities in Germany are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Frankfurt. Berlin is the most populous city in the country, with an estimated population of 3.5 million people. Germany has a strong economy and is one of the most prosperous nations in Europe. It is home to some of the world’s leading companies such as BMW, Daimler AG and Siemens AG. The German economy is largely driven by manufacturing and exports, which account for almost half of its GDP. It also has a thriving tourism industry that attracts millions of visitors each year. The population of Germany is quite diverse in terms of ethnicity and religion. While Christianity remains the largest religious group in Germany with over two-thirds of the population identifying as Christian (mainly Protestant or Roman Catholic), there are also minority populations that identify as Muslim or Jewish. There are also immigrants from other parts of Europe such as Italy, Greece and Romania who make up an important part of Germany’s population. In terms of language, standard German (Hochdeutsch) is spoken by most citizens while some minorities speak dialects or other languages such as Turkish or Kurdish See iamhigher for Germany Population and Language.

Germany Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Germany Political system The FRG is a federally structured, parliamentary and social democracy. According to Article 20 of the Basic Law, it is a democratic and social federal state. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Germany politics, and acronyms as well. The head of state is a Federal President, who is elected every 5 years… Read More »

Potsdam, Germany

According to CachedHealth, Potsdam is located in the east of Germany, on the banks of the river Havel and several lakes, just 20 km southwest of Berlin, and is the capital of the federal state of Brandenburg. The former residence of the Prussian kings, Potsdam is known primarily as a city of palaces and gardens,… Read More »

How to Get Around Germany

Transportation Traveling by plane Lufthansa (LH) is the best-known domestic German airline. Eurowings (EW) connects numerous German cities. In summer, connections are offered by on-demand flight services with fixed departure times to Helgoland, Sylt and some East Frisian islands such as Usedom. Air Hamburg (HH) flies from Hamburg to Helgoland, Sylt and Juist. In the… Read More »

Germany Attractions

Baltic coast On the Baltic Sea coast, where there are no tides like on the North Sea, the islands of Hiddensee, Rügen and Usedom are magnets for visitors. The almost untouched landscape on Hiddensee is diverse and the abundance of birds not only attracts ornithologists. Rügen is the largest German island. It is a popular… Read More »

How to get to Germany

Overview Modern Germany occupies a central place in Europe – both geographically and politically – and is an incredibly diverse travel destination. It is a land of fine arts, foaming beer, half-timbered towns and dynamic urban landscapes. Those looking for the “typically German” will be surprised by the reality. Germany has shaken off the shackles… Read More »

Germany Early History

HISTORY: PREHISTORY The territory between the Rhine and the Oder was inhabited since very ancient times. Among the oldest known human remains on the European continent is the Mauer jaw in Baden-Württemberg, discovered in 1907, associated with a Middle Pleistocene fauna at Elephas antiquus, Rhinoceros etruscus and Machaïrodus and attributed to a European variety of… Read More »