The Federal Republic of Germany (German: Deutschlandkarte) is located in central Europe. This country is bordered by Netherland in the northwest, Belgium, Luxembourg Netherland and France Netherland in the west and southwest, Denmark in the north, the Czech Republic and Poland in the east, and Switzerland and Austria in the south and southeast. The country shares its coastline with the Baltic Sea in the north and the North Sea in the northwest. It has a 2389 km long coastline. Germany span over an area of 357,022 sq. km. with a 3790 km long land boundary. The country lies between 47° and 55°N latitudes and 5° and 16°E longitudes.
The terrain of Germany shows a rise in its elevation from north lowland to upland in the center and the Alps in the south. The climate of Germany varies from temperate to marine climate. Germany’s capital city Berlin situated in its northeast region is not only its largest city but is also its educational and cultural center. Berlin is home to many internationally recognized universities and research centers. Germany’s culture, art, and architecture have the flavor of its history and tradition. Economically, Germany has a strong foothold in the European continent and in the world.
What is the Capital of Germany?
Berlin is the capital city of Germany, located in the eastern region of Germany. It has an approximate population of 3.5 million. Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Berlin Television Tower, Berlin Wall, and Museum Island are a few important points of interest.
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Facts About Germany
|Capital and largest city of Germany
|357,168 km2 (137,847 sq mi)
|Lat Long of Germany
|51 00 N and 09 00 E
|Official Language of Germany
|CET (UTC+1) Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
|Airports in Germany
|Poland, Austria, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, Luxembourg
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