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  • Germany By: Miranda Gross Take A Tour Of Germany!!!!!
  • Where Do You Want To Go? Geography Geography 2 People Religion Economy 3 People 2 Economy Economy 2 Alphabet 2 Geography 3 Climate Alphabet History Numbers Numbers 2 Natural Disasters Flags of Germany Holidays Flags of Germany Greatest Inventions 2 Click Here To Exit
  • Total Area- Neighbors- Denmark 137,847 sq. mi, on the north, 357,021 sq km Netherlands Land Area- Belgium, Luxemburg, and France on the 134,836 sq mi, West, Switzerland, 349,223 sq km and Austria on South Location-in central Europe Back to Main Menu View slide
  • Capital- Berlin 3,406,000 Cities- Hamburg (1,757,000) Munich- (1,275,000) Cologne- (1,004,000) Government type- Federal republic Head of State- President Horst Kohler Head of government- Chan Angela Merkel Local divisions- 16 states Back to Main Menu View slide
  • Population- 82,329,758 Population density-610.6 per sq mi Age structure: 0-14 years: 15% (male 6,495,882; female 6,172,359) 15-64 years: 69% (male 28,687,267; female 27,526,698) 65 years and over: 16% (male 4,990,090; female 8,215,065) (1999 est.) Back to Main Menu
  • Chief Religion- Protestant 34%, Roman Catholic 34%,Muslem 4% other 28% Roman Catholicism, one of Germany's two principal religions With about 28.2 million members, the Roman Catholic Church in unified Germany is organized into five archdioceses, eighteen dioceses, three diocesan offices, and one apostolic administration Back to Main Menu
  • Age structure: 0-14 years: 15% (male 6,495,882; female 6,172,359) 15-64 years: 69% (male 28,687,267; female 27,526,698) 65 years and over: 16% (male 4,990,090; female 8,215,065) (1999 est.) Back
  • Government type- Federal republic Head of State- President Horst Kohler Head of government- Chan Angela Merkel Economy Industries-iron, steel, coal, cement, chemicals, machinery, vehicles, machine tools, electronics, food and beverages, shipbuilding Chief crops- potatoes, wheat, barley, sugars, beets, fruits, cabbages Natural Resources- coal, lignite, natural gas, iron ore, copper nickel, uranium potash, salt Back to Main Menu
  • Chief crops- potatoes, wheat, barley, sugars, beets, fruits, cabbages Natural Resources- coal, lignite, natural gas, iron ore, copper nickel, uranium potash, salt Back
  • Germany is the largest national economy in Europe Germany is relatively poor in raw materials Back
  • • Neighbors- Denmark on the north, Netherlands • Belgium, Luxemburg, and France on the West, Switzerland, and Austria on South Back
  • Germany's climate is temperate with cool, cloudy, wet winters and summers and in the south occasional warm wind The warmest regions of Germany can be found in the south-west Back
  • Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm abecedeeefgehaijotkaelem N nO oP pQ qR rS sT tU uV vW wX xY yZ zenopekueresteuvauweiksüpsilonzet Back
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  • eins -one zwei - two drei -three Vier- four fünf -five sechs - six sieben -seven Acht-eight neun -nine Back Zehn- ten
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  • A 69-year-old man was killed when his car was hit by a tree in the Black Forest, a jogger and a rambler were killed in separate incidents in Bergheim and Bad Schwalbach At least four people were killed in Germany as storm Xynthia continued east across Europe. Back
  • History The German Confederation was the association of Central European states created by the Congress of Vienna in 1815 to serve as the successor to the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, which had been abolished in 1806. In 1848, revolutions by liberals and nationalists occurred in an attempt to establish a unified German state Back
  • Flags of Germany 1816 German Fraternity Flag 1848-1868 National Flag and Trading Flag 1867-1871 North Flag 1867 - 1921 Imperial war flag 1871 - 1919 National flag of the second German Reich Back
  • Flags of Germany 2 1919 - 1933 Trading flag of the Weimar Republic 1919 - 1933 National flag of the Weimar Republic 1933 - 1935 National and Trading flag of the third German Reich (together with swastika flag) 1949 - today Current German national flag Back
  • Greatest Inventions YEAR INVENTION FOUNDER 1861 Telephone Philipp Reis 1885 automobile Gottlieb Daimler 1885 diesel engine Rudolf Diesel 1888 electromagnetic waves Heinrich R. Hertz Back
  • Holidays Easter is one of the most important holidays in Germany December 6 is the celebration of St. Nikolaus (English = St. Nicholas), The observance of Christmas in Germany begins with Advent Back