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Saara M.

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Transcript of Brandenburg

Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate is a former city gate, rebuilt in the late 18th century as a neoclassical triumphal arch, and is now one of the most well-known landmarks of Germany.
Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam, near Berlin. It is often counted among the German rivals of Versailles.
Brandenburg location
Brandenburg, is located in eastern Germany. Brandenburg state occupies what were the east-central and eastern portions of former East Germany, extending east-west from the Oder and Neisse rivers to the Elbe region. Brandenburg is bounded by the German state of Mecklenburg–West Pomerania to the north, and by Poland to the east. Within the middle of Brandenburg is the nation's capital, Berlin.
Brandenburg population
Brandenburg’s capital is Potsdam.
The area of Brandenburg is 11,381 square miles (29,476 square km). The population is around 2,547,772.
By: Saara M.
Works cited
Olympians from Brandenburg
Bernd Drogan
Carston Wolf
Dagmar Kersten

Berlin Klassik
Annual car show held in Berlin which only shows German automobiles. The car show attracts thousands of visitors from Brandenburg. Cars included in the show are BMW, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Volkswagen, and Audi.
Brandenburg was the center of the power on which the kingdom of Prussia was founded, and it was merged with that kingdom in 1701. It became a province of Prussia in 1815 and remained after the unification of Germany in 1871and until the end of World War II. After the war the part of Brandenburg west of the Oder River was constituted as a separate state upon the end of Prussia by the Allies in 1947. In 1952, however, Brandenburg’s old identity was lost when the East German states were dissolved into new districts. The state of Brandenburg was re-created mainly out of the former East German districts of Potsdam, Frankfurt, and Cottbus in the process of the unifying of East and West Germany in 1990.
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