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Flag of Germany.svg Germany

The Federal Republic of Germany is a state in Europe. Its capital is Berlin.

Germany 
Flag of Germany.svg  Coat of arms of Germany.svg 
federal parliamentary republic in central-western Europe
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Instance of sovereign state,
country,
federation,
republic,
social state,
legal state
Named after
Location Central Europe, Germany
Capital
  • Berlin (3 October 1990, 7 May 1994)
Basic form of government
  • federal parliamentary republic
Legislative body
  • Bundesrat
  • Bundestag of Germany
Executive body
  • Federal Government of Germany
Highest judicial authority
  • Federal Constitutional Court
Official language
Anthem
  • Das Lied der Deutschen
Currency
  • Euro (1 January 2002)
Head of state
Head of government
Inception 23 May 1949
Population
  • 81,292,400 (31 March 2015)
Area
  • 357,408.74 square kilometre
Follows
Top-level Internet domain
  • .de
Authority control
VIAF ID: 127773629
GND ID: 4011882-4
OSM relation ID: 51477
BNE ID: XX450924
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51° 00′ 00″ N, 10° 00′ 00″ E

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Bildleiste Deutschland.02.jpg

Emblems / Badges[edit]

map[edit]

Main category: Maps of Germany

There are Locator maps of municipalities in Germany, districts (Landkreise) and federate states (Bundesländer).

Recent maps (Neuere Karten / Cartes récentes / Mappe recenti)[edit]

history map[edit]

head of state[edit]

geography[edit]

Main category: Geography of Germany

big city[edit]

Cities with more than 500'000 inhabitants:

architecture[edit]

Famous Germans (Berühmte Deutsche / Célébrités / Personaggi famosi)[edit]

Music[edit]

Literature[edit]

Visual Arts[edit]

Natural sciences (Naturwissenschaften / Sciences naturelles / Scienze naturali)[edit]

Humanities (Geisteswissenschaften / Lettres / Umanistiche)[edit]

Others (Andere / Autres / Altrui)[edit]

see also[edit]

Coat of arms of Germany.
Federal states of Germany: Baden-Württemberg · Bavaria · Berlin · Brandenburg · Bremen · Hamburg · Hesse · Lower Saxony · Mecklenburg-Vorpommern · North Rhine-Westphalia · Rhineland-Palatinate · Saarland · Saxony · Saxony-Anhalt · Schleswig-Holstein · Thuringia