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About Germany
Located on a prominent position in the heart of Europe, Germany makes an engaging destination. The frothy beer, high culture, dynamic cityscapes and half timbered villages add to the beauty of this country. Berlin, the capital of Germany has a reputation of being a hedonistic community where anything goes easily.
On the flip side, the quiet academic environment of historic university cities such as Freiburg and Heidelberg convey peacefulness that is much in contrast with the environment of the capital.
Germany, a founder member of the European Community, lies in northern Central Europe. As a result of its central situation within Europe it has more common frontiers with other countries than any other European state. It is bounded by Poland from the east, on the south-east by Czechoslovakia, on the south by Austria and Switzerland, on the south-west by France, on the west by Luxembourg and Belgium, on the north-west by the Netherlands and on the north by Denmark. It has natural frontiers on the Baltic to the north and the North Sea on the north-west.
Germany is a tourist country of inexhaustible variety, with an ever-changing pattern of scenery extending from the sea to the mountains, from the lowland regions along the Baltic and North Sea coasts by the way of rolling forest-covered uplands to the Bavarian Alps.
The patterns of human settlement show a similar variety -- isolated farmhouses, the clustered houses of large villages, frowning medieval castles, old walled towns and modern industrial cities with their well planned residential areas. Many small towns have preserved the aspect of past centuries, many cities have brought new life into the old town centers. In the north handsome old brick-built houses bear witness to the wealth of the Hanseatic towns which once ruled the seas. Farther south the old free imperial cities, princely capitals and Episcopal cities have their magnificent cathedrals, palaces and town halls to proclaim in the stone language of architectural styles the changes in human attitudes and in economic importance which time has brought, while great expanses of open country and countless holiday and health resorts offer relaxation and recreation to those seeking relief from the strains and stresses of modern life.
Weather and Climate in Germany
Weather in Germany is quite changeable. It tends to be most stable in summer and is rarely hot (usually about 25°C/77F). Humidity levels are usually quite high. Spring is a beautiful season but it can be slow to arrive, even if jackets are sometimes stripped off as early as April. In a harsh winter, temperatures can drop well below freezing point and remain there for several weeks. At the higher elevations snowfall is possible starting in November. You see, the weather in Germany is not always perfect but it offers enough opportunities for lots of activities.
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