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  1. 1. Projekt Deutschland
  2. 2. Types of famous german bread Rye-wheat (Roggenmischbrot) Whole-grain (Vollkornbrot) Wheat (Weizenbrot) Rye (Roggenbrot) Sunflower seeds in dark rye bread (Sonnenblumenkernbrot) Roasted onions in light wheat-rye bread (Zwiebelbrot) Flaxseed Bread (Leinsamenbrot) Poppy seeds (Mohnbrot) Black bread (Mischbrot) Spelled bread (Dinkelbrot)
  3. 3. Spezi soft drink What is a Spezi? For a Spezi you need a bottle of Coke (regular cola) and a bottle of Fanta (Fanta normal). Both bottles should be cold. You should also have a small ice cubes and slice of lemon. Then take a large glass and gives a few ice cubes into it. You fill it halfway with coke and the other half with Fanta. The small slice of lemon concludes it.
  4. 4. currywurst The invention of currywurst is attributed to Herta Heuwer in Berlin in 1949 after she obtained ketchup, Worcestershire sauce and curry powder from British soldiers. She mixed these ingredients with other spices and poured it over grilled pork sausage. Heuwer started selling the cheap but filling snack at a street stand in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin where it became popular with construction workers rebuilding the devastated city. She patented her sauce, called Chillup, in 1951. At its height the stand was selling 10,000 servings per week. She later opened a small restaurant which operated until 1974.
  5. 5. Heide park resort The Heide Park Resort is a theme park in Lower Saxony, Germany. With an overall area of over 850,000 m² (210 acres), it is one of the biggest German amusement parks and the biggest in Northern Germany. The site of the park originally belonged to the wildlife park Heidenhof, which was named after the chapel that was built there in 1350. One of the main attractions is Colossos, a wooden roller coaster. The latest attraction is the dive coaster "KRAKE". It is Germany's first dive coaster and reaches a maximum of 6G positive during the ride.
  6. 6. Europa park Europa-Park is the largest theme park in Germany and the second most popular theme park resort in Europe, following Disneyland Paris. Europa-Park host dozens of events throughout the summer season. The biggest of these include the Midsummer Party, when the theme park hosts a fireworks display and is open until midnight. Horror Nights – starring Marc Terenzi, takes place through October evenings and features a range of halloween horror mazes, rides and shows. For the last week of the main season, the park hosts a daily firework show and music production.
  7. 7. Movie Park Germany The Movie Park is a theme park with real movie studios in Bottrop-Kirchhellen. Germany The park was opened in June 1996 as "Warner Bros. Movie World Germany" on the former location of the "Traumlandpark" amusement park, which had already replaced an earlier attraction called "Märchenwald". During the time from 1992 to 1993, a short lived theme park called "Bavaria Filmpark" existed in this location as well. Movie Park Germany features many live shows as well as a 4-D movie
  8. 8. Phantasialand Phantasialand is a theme park located in Brühl , 10 km from Cologne in Germany . The park is divided into several zones and varied themes: Alt Berlin China Town Deep In Africa Fantasy Kinderland Mexico Mystery Silver City
  9. 9. Autostadt The Autostadt is a visitor attraction adjacent to the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. Autostadt attracts around 2 million visitors a year. It is very popular because of the ultra modern architecture it features in each building. Extensive use is made of water and vegetation between the pavilions and mounds of earth covered in grass are located in the grounds. Modern design is not just incorporated into the pavilions but also into the furniture such as benches and chairs. focus on automobiles.
  10. 10. Babelsberg The Babelsberg Film Studio, located in Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany, is the oldest large-scale film studio in the world. Founded in 1912, it covers an area of about 25,000 square metres (270,000 sq. ft.). From 1933 to 1945, around 1,000 feature films were made in the studios and on the studio lot. Under the direction of Hitler's propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels, the studio churned out hundreds of films including Leni Riefenstahl's openly propagandistic Triumph of the Will.
  11. 11. The Berlin Zoological is the oldest and best known zoo in Germany. Opened in 1844 it covers 34 hectares (84 acres) and is located in Berlin's Tiergarten. With almost 1,500 different species and around 19,500 animals the zoo presents the most comprehensive collection of species in the world. During World War II, the zoo area was completely destroyed and only 91 of 3,715 animals survived, including two lions, two hyenas, an Asian bull elephant, a hippo bull, ten hamadryas baboons, a chimpanzee and a black stork. By the end of the war, the zoo was fortified with the Zoo Tower, a huge Flak tower that was one of the last remaining areas of German resistance against the Red Army, with its bunkers and anti-aircraft weapons defending against allied air forces Zoo Berlin
  12. 12. Car manufacturer locations • Volkswagen - Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany • BMW - Munich, Bavaria, Germany • Mercedes-Benzes - Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany • Audi-Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany • Opel-Rüsselsheim, Hesse, Germany
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