Germany is the largest country in northern central Europe. The North and Baltic Seas surround it. Germany is divided into five regions: the Rhineland, the Ruhr, Northwestern Germany, Southern Germany, and Eastern Germany. Germany has three physical divisions they are: the Alps, Central German Uplands, and North German Plain. The climate in Germany is temperate and mild. East Germany has outdated machines, and a lot of garbage in the streets. .
The capital of Germany is Berlin. Berlin has been the capital through two world wars. Berlin has 3 million people out of the 32 million that live in Germany alone. Berlin is home to many museums, universities, historical marks, and many other things. The Berlin wall that divided the country is now knocked down. It was knocked down as a symbol of unity for the country. Berlin is home to the Quadriga of Victory, which is a statue at the top of the Bradenburg Gate. This is about the capital of Germany and the many things there.
Germany has sixteen states. The sixteen states are Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bayern, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland, Sachsen, Sachcen-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein, and Thueringen.
The Rhineland has fertile land and is home to many castles and vineyards. It also has coal deposits and steel industry. The Ruhr is the industrial heartland. It has the largest coal deposits. Other things manufactured in this region are pharmaceutical plastics, chemicals, and automobiles. Northwestern Germany has a productive agriculture belt and grows most of the chief products found in Germany. Southern Germany is a large manufacturing center. It produces such things as auto equipment, textiles, and toys. Southern Germany also has rich farmland. Eastern Germany is the most industrialized and the most populated. It is also being modernized because of the outdated industries.