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2013-05-23 (6) Germany 2013-05-23 (6) Germany Presentation Transcript

  • Germany
  • • Language:• Kapital:• Currency:• Constitution:• Head of government:• Head of state:• National anthem:• Highest mountain:What do you know about Germany?GermanBerlinEurosParliamentary democracyAngela MerkelJoachim Gauck"Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit "(Unity and Justice and Freedom)Zugspitze (2962 m)
  • Zugspitze (2962m) View slide
  • Numbers• Area: 357 021 km2• Population: 82 036 000• Population density: 230 residents per km2• Gross domestic product: $3.197 trillion (2012 estimate)2,1% Agriculture24,4% Industry73,5% Services• Biggest national economy in Europe & no. 4 worldwide• 3rd biggest import and export worldwide in 2011– Export: 1061,2 billion (thousant million) euro– Import: 902,5 billion (thousant million) euro=> Export worldchampion View slide
  • Companies
  • Ethnic groups• 81% Germans• 7% other Europeans• 4% Turks• 2% Asian• 6% others• GastarbeiterBerlin 180.000 Turkish inhabitantsBiggest Turkish community outside Turkey
  • Burg Rheinstein in Trechtingshausen
  • Fünf-Seen-Blick, Uckermark, Brandenburg
  • Rügen, OstseeBiggest German Island
  • Lüneburger Heide, Niedersachsen
  • Harz
  • Religion• 60% religious– 29,9% roman catholic– 28,9% Lutheran, reformed,uniting, Protestant– 2% Greek Orthodox,Jehovah’s Witnesses,congregational chapel• Church tax8-9% of income tax
  • German Bond (1815-1866)
  • German Empire (1871-1918)
  • Weimarer Republik / Deutsches Reich(1919-1933)
  • Occupation (1945–1949)Occupying powers• Sowiet Union• France• UK• US
  • Deutschland &DeutscheDemokratischenRepublik(1949-1990)Berlin Wall 1961 - 1989
  • 10. November 1989
  • Quiz• What is the name of the day when theGermans celebrate the reunion each year?– Tag der Deutschen Einheit• Which day is it celebrated?– October 3rd• How many provinces does now Germanyhave?– 16
  • Berliner Republik (1990–Today)
  • Scheinshaxen, Knödel, Cabbage
  • Käsespätzle
  • Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte
  • Kaffee & Kuchen
  • Oktoberfest
  • Weinfest
  • Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market)
  • Dutch German FriendschipWilhelmusWilhelmus van Nassouweben ik, van Duitsen bloed,den vaderland getrouweblijf ik tot in den dood.Een Prinse van Oranjeben ik, vrij, onverveerd,den Koning van Hispanjeheb ik altijd geëerd.William of Nassauam I, of German blood.Loyal to the fatherlandI will remain until I die.A prince of Orangeam I, free and fearless.The king of SpainI have always honoured.English
  • Writers• Walther von derVogelweide• Johann Wolfgang vonGoethe• Friedrich Schiller• Brüder Grimm• Heinrich Heine• Kurt Tucholsky• Bertolt Brecht• Thomas & Heinrich Mann• Hannah Arendt• Nobelprice Literature– Theodor Mommsen(1902),– Rudolf Eucken (1908),– Paul Heyse (1910),– Gerhart Hauptmann(1912),– Thomas Mann (1929),– Hermann Hesse (1946),– Heinrich Böll (1972)– Günter Grass (1999)– Herta Müller (2009).
  • Philosophs• Nikolaus von Kues• Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz• Immanuel Kant• Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel• Arthur Schopenhauer• Friedrich Nietzsche• Martin Heidegger
  • Classical music• Heinrich Schütz• Dietrich Buxtehude• Georg Friedrich Händel• Georg Philipp Telemann• Johann Sebastian Bach• Ludwig van Beethoven• Wolfgang AmadeusMozart,• Robert Schumann• Carl Maria von Weber• Johannes Brahms• Richard Wagner• Hans Pfitzner• Max Reger• Richard Strauss• Hanns Eislers• Karl-Heinz Stockhausen• Hans Werner Henze• Nikolaus A. Huber• Wolfgang Rihm• Hans Zimmer
  • Sources• Wikipedia (German, English, Dutch)• maps.google.com• images.google.com
  • Brezel & Schmandkuchen