The Wonders of Germany
Information about Germany
The human environment relationship in Germany is healthy due to scientists working all day to keep it that way. Germany has seven regions to it. It has the Northeast German Plain, Northwest German Plain, Western Central Uplands, Eastern Central Uplands, South German Scarplands, Alpine Foreland and Alps, and the North and Baltic Sea. Germany is a very mountainous country with some plains. Regular German food is bread,meats,cheese, and pasta. Germans have the usual clothing style as Americans. People in some places still dress up in lederhosens and the women wear dresses. Germans have some of the same traditions as we do. They celebrate Christmas and Easter, they also celebrate the Oktoberfest( a place where people get together,drink, have fun, and be German!) and Carnival( a time when people get together and dance while "spoofing" the royals). Germany has good connections all around the world because Germans are good at going outside and getting to know nature while relaxing.
Three places I Would Visit in Germany
Here are ten of the most highly recommended tourist attractions in this beautiful country.
These mountains have been facing constant erosion. They tower about 118 meters high. The "king's chair" is the most majestic part of the mountain. The undisturbed forests on top of it are part of a national park.
This is the Lutheran church located in Dresden. It was destroyed in WWII and restored using the original plans. The City of Coventry donated a golden cross to this church. It has been a huge tourist attraction and was visited by Barrack Obama in 2009.
This section is the most romantic part of the Rhine. It runs from Koblenz to Bingen. This river goes through mountainous land filled with castles and ruins. This route was used for a very inportant trade route that has been used for many years.
This is located in the Neckar river valley. This city was almost completely spared by its allies bombings, making it very historical especially with its gate still in tack.
This historic city is located near the meeting point for the Austrian, German and Swiss borders in the eastern lake, Constance. This city's population is about 3,000. It's filled with medieval and half broken buildings.
This is one out of two of Lübeck's city gates. It was built in 1464 and now serves as a mueseum.
This is the only surviving gate in Berlin, it symbolizes the reunification of East and West Berlin. It was built in the 18th century and is said to be one of the most famous landmarks in Europe.
The Oktoberfest in Munich is the largest Volksfest in the world with over 6 million visitors annually. This festival has been held since 1810. People enjoy the traditions held here and the big amounts of beer.
The greatest Gothic cathedral in Germany. This is Cologne’s most famous landmark for centries. It was built in 1248 and took more than 600 years to complete.
This is an ultimate fairy tale castle. It is located on a rugged hill near Füssen in southwest Bavaria. This was the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty. The castle was set for building by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. This magnificent castle is the most photographed and visited place in the country.