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Transcript of Germany
It is a Central sovereign country and a member of the European Union; It is organized as a federal parliamentary republic and its capital is Berlin.
It is known for having Gothic towns, medieval houses, ancient churches and small villages.
It has a lot of variety and quality of food. Each region has its special dishes. The quality and variety of beer and wine is one of the main attractions for visitors to stay in Germany.
Currently the currency of Germany is the euro, since it belongs to the European Union. Before the currency used by the Germans was the German mark.
Things we need for a vacation in Germany
Problems of Germany
The official language of Germany, and the most used, is the standard German (known as Deutsch, hochdeutsch, standarddeutsch or schriftdeutsch), standard German is the official or co-official language of other countries such as Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Italy German is an Indo-European language group of the West Germanic languages such as English and Dutch, from the high German. It is one of the 23 languages of the European Union and one of the three working languages of the European Commission, with English and French.
Places to visit
The three pinotecas
Siegestor (Victory Gate)
Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral)
Römisch-Germanisches Museum (Romano-Germanic Museum)
St. Bartholomew's Cathedral
Goethe-Museum y Goethe-Haus
Museum of Hamburg History (Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte)
Blaukraut o Rotkohl
Knödel o Klöße
Kasseler o Kassler
Sauerbraten o Rheinischer Sauerbraten
Fashion, accessories and jewelry
Ceramic, glass and porcelain
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