Some Interesting Facts about Germany!

You would have heard a lot about Germany and Hitler as both of them are described together. There is a lot in history and war related content but still there is plenty of information that you should know about as it will make you aware about some interesting facts and findings about German information.

There are around 50 countries in the European Union and Germany has the largest population after Russia. According to the figures, the population of German people is around 81,459,000.

You would have heard a lot about Daylight Saving Time in your school and college but have you ever wondered which was the country to adopt this method. Yes, it was Germany, which adopted DST in the world and became the first country to use this methodology. DTS is also called as Summer Time, and the history of DST relates to 1916.

Each country has its own official language, which is spoken using different and varied dialects but German language can be pronounced in more than 35 accents. Each dialect is quite different from another one, so if you are learning German language, this information could be a good help for you. Some German people use very heavy accent and some uses very soft. Some speaks very fast and some speaks very slowly.

One of the most interesting facts about Germany is you can enjoy drinking alcohol in public places as it is considered a legal way but if you want to smoke, think again because smoking is an illegal activity and could get you into trouble.

Now, don’t argue which is more harmful smoking or consuming alcohol!

And if you are decorating your Christmas tree and don’t know where this tradition came from; it was the Germany, which gave the tradition of decorating the tree to German people. And this tradition is celebrated all over the world with great fanfare.


Author: S. A. Razmi

The author is a creative writer with deep knowledge of human taste, can add interest and fun in his writing; has been writing for more than 7 years and working as Urdu-English translator and transcriptionist.

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