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Germany Facts

Germany is known for a lot of many things. Such as there free education, high quality standard education, culture, history, WWII, Adolf Hitler, and much more. Here we listed some most interesting Germany facts, even most Germans don't know.


Amazing Facts About Germany

1. Berlin is a Capital of Germany.

2. In 1871 Berlin became the Capital of Germany. 

3. Trier is considered Germany oldest city.

4. Before it was called Germany, it was known as Germania.

5. Germany is founded in October 3, 1990.

6. Germany is sometimes known as the land of poets & thinkers.

7. Germany is one among the world’s largest car producers.

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8. Germany is Europe’s second largest beer consumer.

9. Are You Know! Germany is one among the world’s leading book nations.

10. In Germany smoking is banned in public places.

11. Do You Know! Berlin is actually 9 times bigger than Paris.

12. In Germany it's illegal to run out of fuel on highways.

13. In 2014 Germany officially eliminate college tuition fees even for foreign students.

14. Germany is the seventh largest country in Europe.

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15. Chinese checkers was invented in Germany.

16. Berlin has the largest train station in Europe.

17. German soccer player Mesut Ozil donated his €300,000 World Cup victory bonus to pay surgeries for Twenty Three children in Brazil.

18. Germany is one of the most densely populated countries in the world.

19. German citizens can travel to 177 territories without a visa.

20. The first printed book was in German.

21. The first magazine ever seen was launched in 1663 in Germany.

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22. German is the most widely taught third language across the world.

23. Germany has over 400 zoos, the foremost within the world.

24. Germany is a leader in climate and energy policies.

25. One third of Germany is still covered in forests and woodlands.


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