Germany's major landforms include the Zugspitze peak of the Bavarian Alps, the Rhine and Danube rivers, and the Rugen and Usedom islands. The lowland plains are also landforms that are an important part of Germany's landscape. They lie just north of Germany's coastlines of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.Know More
The Zugspitze peak is the highest of the Bavarian Alps, with an elevation of 10,000 feet. Woodlands are nestled between the mountain ranges surrounding the Swiss border. The Thuringian Forest is found here. Additionally, the Ore Mountains separate the Czech region from Germany, and the area is covered with the Bohemian Forest.
The inland Rhine River is the Germany's longest river at 820 miles. It flows downward from the Swiss Alps to the North Sea. The Black Forest is where the Danube River begins. This river passes through 16 other countries, covering an 1,800 mile area.
Many barrier islands are just off the coast of Germany between the North Sea and the Waddenmeer waters. However, the Rugen and Usedom islands are the largest, and they separate Germany from the Pomeranian Bay.
Germany also boasts several large lakes, including the Muritz Lake, the Chiemsee in the Bavarian Alps and Lake Constance.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 the west central portion of the European continent. The country's coastline extends 2,389 kilometers and borders the North Sea on its northwest portion and the Baltic Sea to the north. Germany's land boundary extends 3,790 kilometers and encloses a total land area of 357,022 square kilometers.Full Answer >
Germany produces, among other things, electronics equipment, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, precision engineering products, automobiles and communications equipment. The country's best known cultural exports include the music of Richard Wagner, Johannes Brahms, Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven and the works of Thomas Mann, Schiller, Brecht, Kant, Nietzsche, Goethe and Luther.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 >