Geography of Germany
10°00′E / 51.00°N 10.00°E / 51.00; 10.00 Germany is a country in west-central Europe, that stretches from the Alps, across the North European Plain to the North Sea and the Ba...
Demographics of Germany
The demography of Germany is monitored by the "Statistisches Bundesamt" (Federal Statistical Office of Germany). According to the first census since the reunification, Germany's population was counted...
Metropolitan regions in Germany
The metropolitan regions in Germany are eleven densely populated areas in the Federal Republic of Germany. They comprise the major German cities and their surrounding catchment areas and form the poli...
List of cities in Germany
This is a complete list of the 2,060 towns and cities in Germany (as of January 1, 2015).Only municipalities with independent administration and that have the Stadtrecht (town or city rights) are incl...
List of cities in Germany with more than 100,000 inhabitants
Location of the seven largest cities in Germany, urban districts highlightedThis is a list of cities in Germany by population. In Germany, a city (Großstadt) is officially defined as an administra...
Saxothuringian Zone
The Saxothuringian Zone, Saxo-Thuringian zone or Saxothuringicum is in geology a structural or tectonic zone in the Hercynian or Variscan orogen (380-270 million years old) of central and western Euro...
Darmstadt
Darmstadt is a city in the state of Hesse in Germany, located in the southern part of the Rhine-Main-Area (Frankfurt Metropolitan Region). Darmstadt has a population of approximately 150,000 (2013). T...
Augustusplatz
The Augustusplatz is a square located at the east end of the city centre of Leipzig. It is the city's largest square and one of the largest (and, prior to almost all its buildings being destroyed in b...
West Hesse Highlands
The West Hesse Highlands (German: Westhessisches Bergland), also known as the West Hessian Lowlands and Highlands (Westhessisches Berg- und Senkenland), refers to a heavily forested region of the ...
Dortmund Port
Construction on Dortmund's port which terminates the Dortmund-Ems Canal connecting Dortmund to the North Sea started in 1895. It was opened 1899 by Kaiser Wilhelm. At the beginning of the 20th century...
List of places in Germany
This is a list of places in Germany. For cities see List of cities in Germany; for districts see List of districts of Germany; for urban districts see Urban districts of Germany.
Hohe Geest
The Hohe Geest ("High Geest") is a region in North Germany that consists of the old moraines and end moraines of the earlier ice ages. This geest region which comprises the "Hohe" and the "Niedere Ge...
Lüneburg Heath Wildlife Park
The Lüneburg Heath Wildlife Park (German: Wildpark Lüneburger Heide) is a wildlife park near Nindorf in the municipality of Hanstedt in the north German state of Lower Saxony. The park is home to ...
Lenne Mountains
The Lenne Mountains (German: Lennegebirge), or Lenne Uplands (Lennebergland), is a range of hills up to 656 m above sea level (NN) high in the German state of North Rhine-Westphali...
Heldburger Gangschar
The Heldburger Gangschar is a Cenozoic volcanic system in the Franconian parts of southern Thuringia and northern Bavaria. The term Gangschar refers to the fact that few of the volcanoes are still pre...
Europe/Berlin
Europe/Berlin is a time zone identifier from the zone file of the IANA time zone database. The data is as follows:The reference point is Berlin.
The covered area is Germany except the exclave of B...
Municipal associations in Thuringia
In the Free state of Thuringia (de:Freistaat Thueringen) there is the posibiliuty to establish Municipal associations (de:Verwaltungsgemeinschaften) according to § 46 of the Thuringian Communal- and D...
Paleontology in Germany
Paleontology in Germany refers to paleontological research occurring within or conducted by people from the European country of Germany.
Simbach, Dingolfing-Landau
Markt Simbach is a municipality in the district of Dingolfing-Landau, Bavaria, Germany. As of 2002, it had a population of around 3,800 and an area of 51.24 km².
Natural regions of Germany
This division of Germany into major natural regions takes account primarily of geomorphological, geological, hydrological and pedological criteria in order to divide the country into large, physical u...