Germany is located in central Europe, all known as the Federal Republic of Germany. “German” in German means “the people’s country.” An area of 357,000 square kilometers. Population of 82.52 million, mainly Germany and the rest of Denmark and the Sorbian people. Residents are Christian and Roman Catholic. General German. Currency is the euro. Berlin (Berlill).
Germany National Flag
The German flag from the top down is composed of three parallel black, red and yellow rectangles signifying the love for the German nation.
Germany was established in 962 AD as part of the Roman Empire. In 1871, a unified German Empire was established. In 1914, Germany provoked the First World War. 1919 saw the establishment of the Weimar Republic. In 1939, Germany started World War II. After the war was the United States, Britain, France, the Soviet Union occupied the four countries. On May 23, 1949, the west issued the “Basic Law,” which preceded the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany. On 7 October the same year, the eastern German Democratic Republic was established. On October 5, 1990, East Germany formally joined the Federal Republic of Germany, concluding the reunification of Germany.
Built between 1788 and 1791, the Brandenburg Gate is located in the heart of Berlin and was constructed to celebrate German unity after seven years of war with Prussia. It is 20 m high, 65.5 m side and 11 m deep. It has six columns supporting the two-stage ceramic flat roof parapet. There is a Fleet of Foot placement above the sculpture of the Chariot of Victory. It was almost destroyed by fire during World War II. Near Brandenburg Gate, “Unter den Linden” is one of Europe’s most famous boulevards.
One of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals also known as St. Peter’s Basilica. Started in 1240, it took until 1880 to complete using polished stone blocks. The central church has a double-steeple and stretches up to 161 m high towards the skyline. Cathedral Block four Zhoulin Li countless pinnacle. The central dome of the large chapel is up to 43 m high and is considered the art of medieval Europe’s masterpieces of Gothic architecture. The halls are lined with wooden seats. All the windows of the cathedral reflect the sun, with golden light flashing through. Alongside Notre Dame in Paris and St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome, it is one of the major religious buildings in Europe.
Economy and Culture Overview
Germany is highly developed and has a full range of industries. Its heavy industry is most developed, and its steel, automobile, machinery and chemical industry sectors occupy an important position in the world. The Ruhr industrial area is a world-renowned steel base and energy base. Benz (automotive industry), Siemens (electrical products) and Zeiss (optics products) are particularly well known, representing the world’s highest level of technology.
Germany has a high degree of agricultural mechanization, with about 5% of the population engaged in agricultural production. This leads to high crop yields, especially for wheat, potatoes and beet. Livestock development, including the export of meat, eggs, milk and other products, is also important. Germany plants the most hops (the main raw material of beer brewing) in the world.
The Bavarian state capital of Virginia produces high-quality beer, and Munich is known as the “Beer Capital.” Here are the world’s largest beer kits and the world’s only beer university. At the two-day festival Oktoberfest, people dress in traditional clothing, happily drinking and clinking glasses, attracting a large number of tourists from around the world to attend.