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Physiographic Features Of Germany
Prepared By: Aubaad Majeed
Roll No: 11
Location
• Located in the continent of Europe.
• Neighboring:Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Den
mark, Austria, The Cze...
Population And Points
• Capital: Berlin
• Dialing code: +49
• Population: 80.62 million (2013) World Bank
• President: Joa...
Landforms
• Germany's major landforms include
the Zugspitze peak of the Bavarian Alps,
the Rhine and Danube rivers, and th...
Climate
• Germany's climate is moderate and has
generally no longer periods of cold or hot
weather.
• Northwestern and coa...
Culture
• German culture has spanned the
entire German-speaking world.
• Historically Germany has been called Das Land
der...
Economy
• Germany is the largest national economy in Europe,
the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, and
fifth by ...
Cuisine
• German cuisine varies from region to region.
• Pork, beef, and poultry are the main varieties of
meat consumed i...
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  1. 1. Physiographic Features Of Germany Prepared By: Aubaad Majeed Roll No: 11
  2. 2. Location • Located in the continent of Europe. • Neighboring:Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Den mark, Austria, The Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Poland.
  3. 3. Population And Points • Capital: Berlin • Dialing code: +49 • Population: 80.62 million (2013) World Bank • President: Joachim Gauck • Destinations: Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Ham burg, Düsseldorf.
  4. 4. Landforms • Germany's major landforms include the Zugspitze peak of the Bavarian Alps, the Rhine and Danube rivers, and the Rugen and Usedom islands. • Thelowland plains are also landforms that are an important part of Germany's landscape. They lie just north of Germany's coastlines of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
  5. 5. Climate • Germany's climate is moderate and has generally no longer periods of cold or hot weather. • Northwestern and coastal Germany have a maritime influenced climate which is characterized by warm summers and mild cloudy winters. • Temperature extremes between night and day and summer and winter are considerably less in the north than in the south.
  6. 6. Culture • German culture has spanned the entire German-speaking world. • Historically Germany has been called Das Land der Dichter und Denker . • Germany is the world's second most respected nation among 50 countries in 2013. • 64.1% of the German population belongs to Christian denominations: 30% are Roman Catholic, and 29% are affiliated with Protestantism.
  7. 7. Economy • Germany is the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, and fifth by GDP. • The country is a founding member of the European Union and the Eurozone. • GDP per capita: 46,268.64 USD (2013) World Bank • Gross domestic product: 3.73 trillion USD (2013) World Bank • Currency: Euro • Minimum wage: 1,473.00 EUR per month (Jan 2015) Eurostat • Unemployment rate: 4.2% (Jun 2016)
  8. 8. Cuisine • German cuisine varies from region to region. • Pork, beef, and poultry are the main varieties of meat consumed in Germany; pork is the most popular. • Organic food has gained a market share of around 3.0%, and this is predicted to increase further. • Germany has adopted many international dishes into its cuisine and daily eating habits. Italian dishes like pizza and pasta, Turkish and Arab dishes like döner kebab and falafel, are well established.
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