Numberway lists a variety of options to find a person or business in Germany, such as Das Telefonbuch, GoYellow and Gelbe Seiten. To find a local business in Germany use Das Örtlich.Know More
Das Telefonbuch is the official phone book in Germany. To find a person or business, enter a name into the "wer/was" box. Optionally, a city may be entered in the "wo" box to narrow the search. Das Telefonbuch provides an autocomplete function that helps correct spelling.
GoYellow and Gelbe Seiten are the German business directories. Correct spelling is necessary when searching for a specific town or city and, unlike Das Telefonbuch, neither GoYellow or Gelbe Seiten have an autocomplete function.Learn more about Internet & Networking
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 >
To find a person on AnyWho, enter the person's first name, last name, city or zip code, and state. While a first name is not always required to search for a person on AnyWho, a last name is mandatory. Be sure that the website is on the white pages option.Full Answer >
As of 2014, Joachim Gauck is the president of Germany. The 72-year-old was elected to the position on March 18, 2012, in Berlin after receiving 991 of the 1,228 valid votes.Full Answer >
The only major language spoken in Germany is German. Over 95 percent of the German population speaks German or a German dialect as their first language. Lower Sorbian, North Frisian, Sater Frisian and Upper Sorbian are recognized as regional languages, according to the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.Full Answer >