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Germany is mostly Protestant (34 %) and Roman Catholic (34 %). There are also other religions like Muslim (3.7 %) and unaffiliated (28.3 %). Their president right now is President Joachim Gauck (2012) More about Germany Climate: In Germany it can be temperate and marine cool. It is also cool and cloudy. Winters and summers are both wet. The humidity is also relatively high Terrain Lowlands in the North... ...Uplands in the center... ...Bavarian Alps in south. Natural Resources In Germany some of the Natural Resources include: ...Iron Ore... ...Coal... ...Timber... ...Natural Gas... ...and nickel. German Food! Sauerkraut is a big part of German culture. People also eat a dish called spaetzle which is a homemade noodles. They are also used as key elements in many other dishes. Sauerkraut is eaten usually every meal. Language: The German language spoken today is a mix of various dialects. The Germans often speak the language with the accent that is typical of native district.
In Germany they also speak Danish. It is mostly spoken in the Northern parts of the Germany. Though spoken mainly in Denmark, it is also the tongue of many people living in Schleswig Holstein. Also, it is one of the official languages of the European Union.
More than two million Turkish-speaking people live in Germany. The language originates in Turkey and had been carried to Germany by the immigrants.
Romani is often referred to as the language of the Gypsies and consequently the speakers of this language widespread and stateless. There are a very few people in Germany belonging to this tribe who use this language Above are some examples of different German words and their translations Top 5 Places to Visit in Berlin: the Fernsehturm and Alexanderplatz Charlottenburg Palace and Park Unter Den Linden and Museum Island Reichstag, Federal Chancellery, and the Victory Column