You are in Germany, a country in Europe known for its rich history and beautiful landscapes.
The official language spoken in Germany is German, but many people also speak English, especially in tourist areas.
The official currency used in Germany is the Euro. Cash and credit/debit cards are widely accepted for payment.
The capital of Germany is Berlin. The country is known for its diverse geography, including forests, rivers, and mountain ranges.
In case of emergency, dial 112 for general emergency services and 110 for police assistance in Germany.
German culture values punctuality, direct communication, and respect for personal space. Greetings are often formal, with a handshake and eye contact. Beer is a big part of the culture, with beer gardens and festivals being popular.
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See here some fun facts about Germany.
The Black Forest in Germany is known for its dense forests, picturesque villages, and cuckoo clocks.
Germany is famous for its network of highways, called autobahns, known for their high speed and minimal speed limits.
The Oktoberfest festival in Munich is the world's largest beer festival, attracting millions of visitors each year.
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is a famous historical landmark and symbol of German unity.
Germany is home to stunning cathedrals, including the Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site.