Germany OverviewGermany is the largest economy in Europe. It is also the most populous nation in Europe. After the defeat in the second world war, Germany was divided into two countries in 1949 - East Germany and West Germany. The countries were united in 1990 to form the current state of Germany. In 1999, Germany joined the European Union, and started using Euro as its currency.
Johannes Gutenberg invented the Printing Press.
Otto von Bismarck was a very powerful leader of the nineteenth century. Nicknamed the Iron Chancellor he engineered the unification of Germany from numerous small states. He was the first Chancellor of Germany from 1871 to 1890.
Heidelberg - river Neckar flows through its deep wooded valley past ancient towers and bridges, the red sandstone castle ruin rises majestically over the roofs of the old town.
Hamburg located between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, is the second largest city of Germany. It was destroyed in Second World war. it has many unique locations and landscapes.
Berlin is the capital of Germany. Berlin is both historic and modern, combining poignant views of history through its buildings and museums.
Castles and Palaces - Germany has numerous castles each having his unique history.
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germany-tourism is the official site of German Tourist office.
visits-to-germany has detailed information on tourist places in Germany.
Wikepeida site on Germany has a lot of interesting information on Germany.
Camppus-Germany has information about how to get admissions in German colleges.