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Germany Physical and Human Characteristics

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Michael Dietrich

on 26 February 2014

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Germany Physical and Human Characteristics
By: Michael Dietrich

Where is Germany located?
Germany Is located in Western-Central Europe.
In the southern part of Germany the hills and mountains were formed by ancient volcanic activity.
The North Sea and the Baltic sea surround Germany's northern shore.
What is Germany's Highway System?
Germany's highway system is called the Autobahn.

It is one of the most well known highways in the world.

The reason it is well known is because there is no speed limit.
The most common religion
The most common religion is Germany is Christianity, about 70% of the population are Christians.
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Did you know ?
That Germany is the 7th largest country in Europe.
Germany's Climate

Germany's climate is mostly wet and cloudy winters, and somewhat warm summers.
Germany's Population
Germany's population is 81.89 million people.
What languages are spoken?
95% of people speak German.
2% speak Italian.
3% of people speak Spanish.
Germany's common foods
Apple Strudel
Spatzle (dumplings)
Bratwurst
Saurkraut (shredded cabbage)

Applestrudel
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