Title of Paper : Germany

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Germany ( Deutschland)



Germany is a country in the middle of Europe. At the north there is the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic

Sea; on the east are Poland and the Czech Republic. On the south are Austria and Switzerland and on the

west are France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The official name is the Federal Republic of

Germany. It has good relationships with its neighbours and other countries. Germany is in the Northern

hemisphere and its capital city?s are Bonn and Berlin.





Population and Climate ( Bevolkerung und klima)





Many people live in Germany. In 1993 Germany had an estimated population of 80,767,591. This means

that Germany had about 226 people per sq km.



Germany has a changing climate, with an average annual temperature of 9? C. In January the temperature

changes from -6? to 1? C. This changes depending on the location. The average July temperature range

from between 16? and 20? C. The some places in the north of Germany have a warmer climate than the

central and southern parts of Germany. The precipitation is hers. In the south, on the Rhine, is an important

industrial area on the cities of Mannheim, Ludwigshafen, and Karlsruhe. Chemicals, machinery, and

building materials are made. Stuttgart is the centre of a manufacturing areas because motor vehicles,

electronic equipment, office machinery, textiles, and visual instruments are created. Products that are made

in Munich are aircraft, motor vehicles, clothing, and beer. Many important industrial areas located in the

north west of Germany. These are the Hannover-Brunswick area, where steel, chemicals, and motor

vehicles are made. Another major manufacturing area is coastal p!

ort cities like Hamburg, Bremen, Kiel, and Wilhelmshaven. The products of this area are refined petroleum,

processed food, beer, ships, office machinery, and printed materials. Berlin is also a major producer of

electronic equipment.

About 8000 companies were working in East Germany in 1990.