Jack Muller
Capital: BerlinPopulation: 82,329,758 (July 2009 est.)Conventional Name: Federal Republic of GermanyLocal Name: Bundesrepu...
Map of Germany Early Germany is  thought to date back as  far as 1 BC. The first  Germanic tribes were the  CELTS 1871 T...
 1933 -1945 The National Socialism Era 1949-1990 Germany is now 2 separate states 1990 Reunification of Germany German...
 Strong Economy in the Global Market German companies have an excellent reputation. They represent “Made in Germany”, kn...
 Germany is a democracy It believes in the principles of a democratic and social  federal state The governmental founda...
 Germany has 9 countries       From the North Sea to the  bordering counties:            Baltic Sea in the North to  Aus...
 Largest Cities are: Berlin,Hamburg, Munich, Cologne,and Frankfurt Moderate oceanic/continental climatic zonewith freque...
 Land of the poets and  thinkers German writers, composers  and philosophers such as  Goethe, Schiller, Bach, Bee  thove...
 6,200 museums , 820 theaters, 130 professional orchestras, 8,800 libraries Germany features 33 natural and cultural her...
 Great cuisine and fine wines, relaxing in Mother Nature, festivals and celebrations, vacation, de sign and fashion, insp...
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Germany

  1. 1. Jack Muller
  2. 2. Capital: BerlinPopulation: 82,329,758 (July 2009 est.)Conventional Name: Federal Republic of GermanyLocal Name: Bundesrepublik DeutschlandLocation: Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea andthe North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland,south of DenmarkChief of State: Chancellor Angela MerkelHead of State: President Christian Wulff
  3. 3. Map of Germany Early Germany is thought to date back as far as 1 BC. The first Germanic tribes were the CELTS 1871 The German Reich was founded 1919-1931 Known as the Weimar Republic
  4. 4.  1933 -1945 The National Socialism Era 1949-1990 Germany is now 2 separate states 1990 Reunification of Germany Germany was in 2 World Wars Adolf Hitler –Dictator of the Nazi Regime
  5. 5.  Strong Economy in the Global Market German companies have an excellent reputation. They represent “Made in Germany”, known as a seal of quality the world over. Germany represents innovation, quality and cutting- edge technology. The world’s fourth largest economy
  6. 6.  Germany is a democracy It believes in the principles of a democratic and social federal state The governmental foundation is the supreme court which makes sure the country is in adherence to the constitution
  7. 7.  Germany has 9 countries  From the North Sea to the bordering counties: Baltic Sea in the North to Austria, Belgium, the the Alps in the Czech South, Germany is Republic, Denmark, France structured geographically , Luxembourg, the as follows: the North Netherlands, Poland, and German lowlands, the Switzerland Mittelgebirge ridge, the Southwest German subdued mountains and Germany is a federation terraced landscape, the made up of 16 federal South German piedmont states, each of which has and the Bavarian independent if constrained state authority
  8. 8.  Largest Cities are: Berlin,Hamburg, Munich, Cologne,and Frankfurt Moderate oceanic/continental climatic zonewith frequent changes inweather and primarilywesterly winds
  9. 9.  Land of the poets and thinkers German writers, composers and philosophers such as Goethe, Schiller, Bach, Bee thoven, Kant and Hegel have strongly influenced cultural epochs and are acclaimed figures the world over
  10. 10.  6,200 museums , 820 theaters, 130 professional orchestras, 8,800 libraries Germany features 33 natural and cultural heritage sites protected under the UNESCO World Heritage program Holocaust Museum in Germany
  11. 11.  Great cuisine and fine wines, relaxing in Mother Nature, festivals and celebrations, vacation, de sign and fashion, inspiring architecture Germany is becoming increasingly popular as a travel destination

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