Study in Germany

Germany is renowned for the quality of its products with the trademark “Made in Germany” – and it is also a country with a great lifestyle, highly diverse countryside and open-minded inhabitants.

From the North Sea to the Baltic Sea in the North to the Alps in the South, Germany is structured geographically as follows:
The North German lowlands , The Mittelgebirge ridge, The Southwest German subdued mountains and terraced landscape , The South German piedmont and the Bavarian Alps

Largest cities
Berlin 3.4 million inhabitants, Hamburg (1.8m) , Munich (1.3m), Cologne (1.0m), Frankfurt/Main (662,000)

Inhabitants With 82.3 million inhabitants (of which 42.0 million are women)

 Moderate oceanic/continental climatic zone with frequent changes in weather and primarily westerly winds

Germany is the largest economy in the European Union and the third largest in the world. With the highest GDP and the largest number of inhabitants in the EU, Germany is Europe’s most important market. Gross Domestic Product comes to EUR 2,423 billion (2007), GNP per capita is EUR 29,455

Germany is a world leader in tennis, track and field, cycling and Formula One auto racing. Germany has many excellent sports facilities for both players and spectators. 
The national sport, soccer (Fussball), is played at thousands of amateur clubs.Tennis is also popular.
In winter, skiers flock to the German Alps. Germany has many popular ski resorts that attract skiers from around the world.
The varied geography of Germany makes it possible for sports enthusiasts to enjoy almost any sport. The mountainous areas have hundreds of kilometers of hiking trails. On the lakes and rivers, windsurfing and sailing are enjoyed.

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