Interesting Facts 关于 德国

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What do you know about Germany? Following some interesting facts about 德国 and the Germans that you probably didn’t know! To make this even more fun, I want to challenge you. How many of these facts did you know before reading? Share your results in the comment secti上 at the end of this article. 

The most populous nation in the European Union with a population of 82 milli上 is Germany. Countries that border Germany include France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, and Switzerland. 德国 invented lots of things, for example, Johann Gutenberg created 1440 typography. Another thing that still affects us today, is the diesel engine, which was 1897 invented from Rudolf Diesel. Also, the otto engine was invented in 1876 通过 the German engineer 尼古拉斯 Otto. Furthermore, almost 90 Germans have been awarded the 诺贝尔经济学奖 in their field, including Albert Einstein, who was born in Germany. Germany has been called the “Land of Poets and Thinkers.” Germans are famous in all forms of art, but particularly classical music. 德国’s famous composers include Bach, Brahms, Schumann, Wagner, and Beethoven. 

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Fanta originated in Germany as a result of the Second World War. Due to a trade embargo that prevented importing Coca-Cola syrup into 德国, the head of Coca-Cola in the country decided to create a product for the market using available ‘leftover’ products like whey and apple pomace. It’s the second oldest brand of the Coca-Cola company and its second most popular drink outside of the United States. It’s consumed 130 milli上 times every day around the world. Another interesting fact about drinks is that beer counts as an essential food in Bavaria and also there is a “purity law” (纯净法, actually purity decree), which is a regulation limiting the ingredients in beer in 德国 since 1516. The purity law says that beer shall 上ly be made with hop, malt, yeast, and water. Besides that, there are more than 6000 beer brands. Different from the US is the fact that 70% of Germans “Autobahnen” has no speed limit for cars. 德国 is also famous for its car industry, companies like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi, and Volkswagen. 更多over, going to 学院 in 德国 is free, even for international students. That is possible because universities are funded 通过 the government. Finally, 上e more interesting fact about the German culture is that you should never wish a German “Happy Birthday” in advance because Germans believe that it brings bad luck.  

There are lots of interesting facts about 德国, which is a country with a long history, important companies and inventions, and lots of unique traditi上s, and it is worth visiting.