Sunday, October 27, 2019

Overview of Germanys Culture

Overview of Germanys Culture Germany Germany is one of the most beautiful country in the world. It is located in the central Europe. Nearly 82 million people live in Germany. It is one of the most populated country in the world, especially in Europe. Many of Germans came from Russia and other countries. There are many foreigners inhabit Germany like Serbs, Italian, Greek and Turkish people. German is considered one of the most progressive and dynamic country in the world. Berlin is the capital of Germany. It is located in the northeastern place of the country. Berlin is the fantastic and biggest city in Germany. German language is the major language in Germany. Around 95 percent of people in Germany speaks German. The flag of Germany consists of three color. Theses colors are black, red, and gold. Black, red, and gold colors represent big role in the history of Germany. The colors of Germany adopted in 1949. The president Germany is the head state of the country. The president in German is elected and valid for the presidency for five years. Frank-Walter Steeinmerier is in the head of the state Germany. Germany is governed under the democratic constitution of 1949. This democratic constitution became the constitution in 1990. The president in Germany has little effect on government. Germany has one currency. Euro is the currency in German. One Euro in Germany equals 3.853 QAR. There are many interesting festival in Germany like Christmas and New Years. There are many holidays in Germany. The first day in Germany in May, is called the national day of Germany. There are many touristic attractions in Germany. Munish city is one of the beautiful city in Germany. Many people in the world visit it daily. Parks, forests, gardens and many other beautiful sights covered the city. Cologne city also one of the attraction city in the world. It is considered the fourth biggest city in Germany. About thirty museums are founded in Cologne. Every year more than 6 million tourists visit the city because it have a unique position. German is famous for fashion. It is the site of many fashions such as Mercedes, Benz and clothing. Many new fashion made first in Germany. There are many clothes fashion produced in Germany and exported many clothes to other country. People in Germany go and celebrate together in carnival season at the Oktoberfest and wine festivals. Germany is one of the biggest importer and exporter country. The goods and services are the most exporter in Germany. We cant forget the best mechanical engineering, vehicles and mobiles are produced in Germany. Most goods that Germany imports come from Netherlands and China. Medical, iron of steel products, paper, medical, medical equipment and other chemical goods are the most German imports from Netherland and China. There are many famous persons in all field in Germany.   Albert Einstein is the famous person in Germany. He is considered the father of physics. We cant forget the famouse player football in Germany who was called Gerd Muller. He was born in 1945. He was the best player football in Germany. Anne Frank is the famous writer in Germany. She was born in 1929. She wrote many notes about war in 1947.Hans Bellmer is the best artist in Germany. In Germany, Music is the source of entertainment for a long time. There are many musicians in Germany like Jackson Browne and Robert Schumann. There are many sports in Germany but the most popular sports in Germany are football and tennis. There are many tapes of dancing in Germany. In the 18th century, the dance waltz is the oldest type dancing in German. For the literature aspect in Germany, literature was responsible of sharing history and politics in Germany. References Country reports. (2017, Feb 15). Germany Facts and Culture. Retrieved from Flippo, H. (2016, Aug 14). Retrieved from German-Holidays-and-Celebrations: Hennig, B. (2010, Oct 3). The Population of Germany. Retrieved from Reference. (2017, Feb 15). What is Germany famous for? Retrieved from The Famous People. (15, Feb 2017). Famous Germans. Retrieved from The famous

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