Germany's history, geographical location, Germany's climate and economy
Germany, whose name is mentioned as the Federal Republic of Germany in official sources, has adopted the form of the Federal Parliamentary Republic and its capital is Berlin. Considering the population, the total population of the country, which is approximately 81,000,000, is expressed as 87,5% of German citizens, 6,5% of Turkish citizens and 6% of citizens of other nations. The country uses Euro € as its currency and the international telephone code is +49.
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After the Second World War, the United States, British and French occupation regions united and the Federal Republic of Germany, which was established on May 23, 1949, and the German Democratic Republic, which was expressed as East Germany and established on 7 October 1949, united and formed the Federal Republic of Germany on 3 October 1990.
Germany is a country located in Central Europe. Denmark in the north, Austria in the south, the Czech Republic and Poland in the east, and the Netherlands, France, Belgium and Luxembourg in the west. To the north of the country are the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, and to the south are the Alpine mountains, where the country's highest point is Zugspitze. Considering the general geography of Germany, it is seen that the middle parts are mostly forested and the plains increase as we move towards the north.
The climate is temperate throughout the country. Humid westerly winds and hot currents from the North Atlantic are influenced by the mild climate. It can be said that the continental climate is more effective as you go to the eastern part of the country.
Germany is a country with strong capital, social market economy, abundant skilled labor and very low corruption rates. With its strong economy, we can say that Europe is the first and the world is the fourth. Frankfurt-based European Central Bank manages the monetary policy. Looking at the leading industrial areas of the country, fields such as automotive, information technologies, steel, chemistry, construction, energy and medicine stand out. In addition, the country is a rich country with resources such as potassium iron, copper, coal, nickel, natural gas and uranium.