Germany

Summary

Official Language
Form of Government
Capital
Currency Used
Contained by
Area
357,093 km² (137874 mi²)
Population
GDP (nominal)
1,808,603,417,800 (1991, US$)
3,258,947,368,420 (2010, US$)
1,714,470,068,620 (1990, US$)
GDP (nominal per capita)
35,072 (2006, US$)
34,800 (2008, US$)
 

Country

Calling Code
49
GDP (nominal)
2,307,200,000 (2006, Euro)
GDP (nominal per capita)
28,012 (2006, Euro)
36,975 (2006, US$)
Internet TLD
de
Languages spoken
ISO Short Name
GERMANY
FIPS Code
GM
Administrative Divisions
National anthem
Currency Formerly Used
German Rentenmark
 

TV station owner

TV stations owned
 

Base Equivalent Location

Base
Germany (yes)
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Organization

Child
Parent
 

Location

Vacationers
 

Beer country / region

Beers from here
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (DD)
Library of Congress Classification (DD, 1, 901)
Library of Congress Classification (JN, 3,201, 4,980)
 

Parent Institution of Judaica Owner

Judaica Owning Units
 

Film

Film festivals
 

Bibs Location

Type
Country
Is clear
no
 

Countries

Continent
 

Amusement Park

Rides
 

Type/domain equivalent topic

Equivalent Domain
Germany (yes)
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Germany
 

Video Game Region

Versions released in this region
 

Linguistic hint

Adjectival form
German
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
 

Crime Accuser

Accusations Made
John Demjanjuk (2009-03-11)
 

Embassy

Ambassadors
? (Portugal, 1941, 1945-05-05)
 

Uncommon Topic

Exceptions
German city is not suited to be the administrative division type for German City. (German city does not include the Administrative Division type., CheckAATypes)
German district subdivides types at different levels. (German district subdivides German state and German government district., CheckAATypes)
German state is subdivided by types at different levels. (German state is subdivided by German district, German independent city, and German government district., CheckAATypes)
 

Mythical creature location

Mythical creature(s)
Elf
 

Name source

Things named after this
 

Olympic participating country

Athletic performances
IOC Code
GER
Demonstration medals won
Olympics participated in
Athletes
 

Location

Partially contains
Geolocation
9 × 51
Contains
Time zone(s)
Partially contained by
People born here
Adjoins
Adjectival form
German
Events
Nearby airports
 

Military Combatant

Military Commanders
Force Deployments
Military Conflicts
Casualties
Second Battle of the Aisne (Military - Dead, 168,000)
 

Sport Country

Athletic performances
Athletes
 

Administrative Area

Administrative parent
Administrative children
Short name
de
Adjectival form
German
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government positions
Government
Government bodies
Bundesrat of Germany
Governing officials
Agencies
 

Sports Team Location

Teams
 

Breed origin

Breeds orginating here
 

Organization member

Member of
 

Netflix Genre

Titles
 

Political District

Representatives
 

Olympic athlete affiliation

Athlete
 

Filming location

Featured In Films
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Cryptid area of occurrence

Cryptid(s) found here
 

Database topic

Database(s) for this topic
Offene Daten
 

Dated location

Date founded
1949-05-23
 

Thoroughbred racehorse origin

Horses from this location
 

Travel destination

Tourist attractions
 

Statistical region

Places exported to
Internet users as percentage of population
0.249 (1991)
0.433 (1992)
0.462 (1993)
Religions
Roman Catholicism (31.2, 2006)
Evangelicalism (30.8, 2006)
No Religion (28.3)
Islam (3.7, 2006)
Life expectancy
70.641 (1970)
70.696 (1971)
69.62 (1960)
Places imported from
United States of America (18100000000.0, US$, 2008)
Military expenditure as percentage of GDP
2.588 (1988)
2.482 (1989)
2.468 (1990)
Fertility rate
1976 (1.45)
1977 (1.4)
1978 (1.38)
GDP growth rate
4.949 (1976)
3.133 (1971)
4.3 (1972)
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