The world-famous Hummel figurines are produced by hand in the town of Rödental. This town is located in the Bavarian section of Germany. Hummels were first created in 1871 under the company name of Goebel Porzellanmanufaktur GmbH.Know More
The artwork of Maria Innocentia Hummel inspired the figurines. There is a factory outlet at Manufaktur Rödental GmbH, where the Hummels are created. Additionally, visitors to the factory outlet can also watch artisans as they create the Hummels for sale.
The city of Rödental holds a heritage in creating Hummels, as well as other types of fine china items. Some of these items have been for decoration and others for the engineering ceramics industry.Learn More
Germany is famous for its beer, food, Cinderella-esque castles and ties to World War II. Germany also has a number of structures and historical figures that played a significant role in history.Full Answer >
Germany is located in Western Europe and borders the North Sea between France and Poland. It shares boundaries with Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Germany has a total area of 137,847 square miles, making it slightly smaller than Montana.Full Answer >
Germany's motto is "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit." The country's motto translates to "Unity and Justice and Freedom" in English.Full Answer >
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