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Germany, (German: Deutschland) officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a sovereign state located in the heart of Europe.
It is the second most populous country in Europe after Russia, and the most populous member state of the European Union.

With over 82 million inhabitants, it is the most populous member state of the European Union. Germany’s capital and largest cities are Berlin and its financial center in Frankfurt. 

Other major cities - besides Berlin and Frankfurt - include Hamburg, Munich and Cologne.

Borders of Germany:
Germany is bordered by 9 other countries: Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, 
France to the southwest, and Belgium, Luxemburg, and the Netherlands to the west. 

Tourist attractions in Germany:
There are many tourist attractions in Germany, such as the Black Forest, the Oktoberfest in Munich, and the castles of the Rhine Valley.

Germany is the 8th most visited place in the world.

The reasons are its cultural values, outdoor activities, and ancient cities. German Beer, Bread Baking, German Castles, German Festivals, Football, and their technologies are world-famous.


Germany is a country with cultural values and ancient history.

This country is based on the growth of Western culture and arts, logic, reasons, literature, beer, sausages, and you can say every aspect of living.

The values followed by Christianity were developed in Germany through ancient churches.

Germany has much more to explore with its rich tradition and history. The river valleys, mountains, coastline, and the black forest offers much to do in terms of outdoor activities.

So, don’t wait, just go and explore Germany with its exciting facts and stories.


 Fast Facts:  

  • Official Name: Federal Republic of Germany

  • Form Of Government: Federal Republic

  • Capital: Berlin

  • Population: 80,457,737

  • Official Language: German

  • Money: Euro

  • Area: 134,838 square miles (349,223 square kilometers)

  • Major Rivers: Rhine, Elbe, Main, Danube



Berlin, the capital city of Germany, is renowned for its exceptional range of landmarks, vibrant cultural scene and way of life that's somehow all go yet relaxed.

In fact, the city is best known for its striking contrasts.

Historical buildings stand alongside modern architecture as the past and present intermingle.

The sights Berlin has to offer, from the 
Brandenburg Gate to the Chancellor's Office, bear witness to the history of an entire nation.

Germany's capital is home to all the main government buildings, including the historical 
Reichstag building as the seat of the German parliament.

Berlin is the city of art, artists and museums. In fact, precious artefacts from all over the world are showcased at more than 170 museums here, some of which can be found on the internationally renowned Museum Island.

Berlin is a popular destination for classical music fans from every corner of the globe thanks to its leading orchestras, such as the globally popular 
Berlin Philharmonic, and the city's three huge opera houses, where spectacular operas and ballets are performed. And there is no end of theatre venues specializing in variety performances, revue, cabaret and more to ensure that there is something to keep everyone entertained.

Shopaholics are in their element on the renowned Kurfürstendamm, on the elegant Friedrichstraße and in the independent boutiques around the Hackesche Höfe.

Berlin is a trendsetting city when it comes to music, art and life itself. More and more artists are flocking to Berlin from all around the world to draw inspiration from the endless creative vibes, making it one of the most exciting destinations in the whole of Europe.

The vibrant city is abuzz with change – Berlin simply cannot stay still for a moment.

And yet the city somehow remains chilled, with plenty of open spaces where people can go to breathe in some fresh air.
With sprawling parks, wooded areas and lakes, Berlin is Germany's greenest city.
During the summer months, everyone moves outside.

The sunshine and balmy evenings are best enjoyed in the beach bars, cafés and open-air cinemas and theatres, after all.