History of Germany

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Germany Introduction Germany (official name, Federal Republic of Germany) is a central European country with Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland as its neighbors. The Baltic Sea is on the northeast. Berlin is both the official capital and biggest city ("Germany," 2012). All things considered, Germany is the most populous nation in Europe and is an incredible country that grew sturdily after all the warfare, confrontations and hostilities it went through in the past. Germany has developed as a nation and has improved its economy with the help of an assortment of trades and industry. With its marvelous and startling topography, the country draws in worldwide tourists. Physical Features There are 3 major geographic regions into which Germany can be divided i.e. the northern German plain, the central German uplands and the southern ranges of the Central Alps. Even though there is significant dissimilarity, the climate is moderate. January is the coldest month whereas July is the warmest ("Country Profile: Germany," 2008). About 2/3 of Germany's wide-ranging forests are coniferous ("Germany," 2012). From the north, a plain sprinkled with lakes, moors, swamps, and moorlands withdraws from the sea and reaches inland and then it becomes a setting of hills crisscrossed by watercourses, streams, and basins ("Country Profile: Germany," 2008). The "Rhine, Elbe, Danube, Main, Weser, Saale, Ems, Neckar, and

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