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20 Interesting Facts about Germany

  1. Germany is the second most popular expat destination in the world.
    Ranked by the Migration Policy Institute and the OECD.
  2. Germany is the EU’s largest economy.
    With a GDP of 3.73 trillion USD.
  3. Germany is one of the most countries with cultural activities and places.
  4. The country is a leader in energy and climate policies.
  5. College education is free for locals but also for international students.
  6. The German language has the most native speakers in Europe
  7. Germany’s capital shifted seven times in the past.
  8. Munich is the second most punctual airport in the world.
  9. Germany is home to some of the best inventions – Including the lightbulb, petrol/diesel engines, LCD screen and many more.
  10. One of the world’s largest car producers.
  11. Smoking is banned in public spaces.
  12. Same sex couples are allowed to adopt in Germany.
  13. Germany is one of the world’s leading book nations.
  14. High level of employment.
  15. Highly rated at a place to grow old.
  16. Largest population in the European Union.
    A population of 81 million people.
  17. Nearly a third of Germany is powered by Renewable Energy.
  18. One third of the country is still covered with forests and woodlands.
  19. Germany was the first to adopt the Daylight Saving Time(DST).
  20. Berlin has the largest train station in Europe.

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