Fun Facts About Germany

Interesting Germany facts. 25 things you didn’t know about Germany. Learn this  Facts about Germany and German people.

Facts about Germany

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  1. Germany’s capital has shifted 7 times. The capital of Germany include Aachen, Regensburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Nuremberg, Berlin, Weimar, Bonn and Berlin again.
  2. German is the official Language for five countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.
  3. Berlin’s Zoologischer Garten is the largest zoon in the world.
  4. The Legendary Oktoberfest starts in the month of September and ends in the month of October.
  5. Almost one-third of Germany is powered by renewable energy like Windmill and Solar panel. In addition, Germany aims to generate 100% of electricity from renewable energy resources in 2050.
  6. Germany shares the border with nine countries such as Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
  7. Universities are free for everyone, even for non-Germans.
  8. It’s bad luck to wish someone Happy Birthday in Advance.
  9. The first printed book was in German.
  10. Hamburgers came from Hamburg, Germany.
  11. There are more than 1500 types of Beers and 300 kind of Breads available in Germany.
  12. Beer is considered as a food in Bavaria.
  13. Most taxis in Germany are Mercedes.
  14. Ulm cathedral is the tallest church in the world.
  15. German football association has over 6 million registered members in more than 26,000 football clubs.
  16. The traditional Christmas tree came from Germany.
  17. In Germany, it’s illegal to run out of Fuel in highways.
  18. In Germany, it’s legal to drink Beer in Public but it’s illegal to smoke in public.
  19. Pocket watch was invented by Germans.
  20. Germany is one of the largest car manufacturer in the world.
  21. German Universities demand 13 Years of schooling before joining a Bachelors program.
  22. There are more than 2100 Castles in Germany.
  23. Germany is the first country to adopt Day light Saving Time (DST).
  24. Germany’s capital Berlin has more bridges than Venice.
  25. Germany is one of the world’s leading book nation.

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