23 facts about Germany

11.The traditional German breakfast is a white sausage dish.
Despite producing a vast selection of sausages, white sausage is considered a favorite by Germans.
12.The statistical German consumes over 140 liters of beer a year.
It makes Germans second only to Czechs.
13.Neglecting the Holocaust is considered a crime in Germany.
14.The most popular sport in Germany is soccer.
The country has 26,000 soccer clubs, and over one million Germans are registered in fan clubs.
15.There are over 150 castles in Germany.
The most famous is Neuschwanstein Castle. Its construction began in 1869 but was never fully completed. It is visited by over 1,3 million tourists a year.
16.There is no tuition at Universities in Germany.
It applies to both national and international students.
17.The total length of highways in Germany is over 13 thousand kilometers.
The speed limit does not apply to most sections (65%).
18.The world’s highest cathedral is located in Ulm.
The construction of Ulmer Münster was completed in 1890. The church tower is 161,53 meters high.
19.One-third of Germany is covered in forests.
20.Germany was the first country to implement daylight saving time (DST, summertime).
It started on April 30, 1916, to conserve electricity.
23 facts about Germany

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