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Germany
In the sixteenth century, during the Reformation, Germany was shaken by religious strife. Its territory was practically divided into two parts: North Germany (Protestant) and South Germany (Catholic).
Between 1914 and 1918, Germany, along with the Austria-Hungary Empire and Italy formed the Triple Alliance in World War I. Defeated Germany condemned by the Treaty of Versailles, to pay war damages, lost territory and had their army reduced.
In the 1930s, Hitler took power in Germany and deploys Nazism. Invested heavily in militarism, leading Germany into World War II in 1939,along with Italy and Japan. Once again defeated germany left the conflict devastated.
After World War II, Germany was divided into two parts: Western (capitalist) and Eastern (socialist). The reunification took place only in 1990 with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the crisis of socialism.
The History
Is an island in the Spree river, located in the city center of Berlin. It gets its name because there are five museums: Pergamon Museum, Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode Museum.
The Museum Island
Language - The official language is German.

Religion - There are two major religions: Catholicism and Protestantism.

Culinary - The German culinay varies from region to region. The southern regions, for instance, share a culinary culture with Switzerland and Austria.As is a country with many immigrants, adopted many international dishes.
Culture Life
Bars, restaurants, nightclubs, theater and cinema are just a few of existing attractions on the night of Germany, considered one of the best in Europe.
Nightlife
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