What countries that border Germany?
Starting in the north and moving in a clockwise direction, the following nine countries border Germany:
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Starting in the north and moving clockwise, the countries that border Germany are: . Denmark . Poland . Czech Republic . Austria . Switzerland . France . Luxembourg . Belgium . The Netherlands Germany also borders the North Sea in the NW, the Baltic Sea in the NE and the Lake of Constance …(Bodensee) in the SW. denmarkbelgiumhollandpolandaustriaswitzerlandczech republicfrance (MORE)
Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, The Czech Republic, and Poland ALL HAVE a shared border with Germany ! All the other countries in the world DO NOT !
In the first year of World War II, a variety of countries borderingthe seas to the west and north of Germany were quickly conquered byHitler and his armies. These countries, all conquered in 1940, wereas follows: Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands (home-territories),Belgium (home-territories), and Fra…nce. (MORE)
Germany has a coastline on the North Sea and the Baltic. It doesn't border any ocean.
The Baltic Sea lies off the northeast coast of Germany. On theother side, to the northwest, lies the North Sea.
Pork and bacon are important export products of Denmark. Denmark isa Scandinavian country that shares its southern border withGermany.
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Denmark . Poland . Czesch Republic . Austria . Liechtenstein . Switzerland . France . Belgium . Netherlands
The longest border is the one with Austria it is 506.4 miles long. (815 kilometers) Answer : Germany shares a border with Austria, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Poland, France, Swizterland, Luxembourg, Beligium and the Netherlands: Nine. The largest, as noted above is with Austria.
Belgium is a country located between France to the South, Germany to the East, and the Netherlands to the North.
Denmark Answer 2 Jein (= "sort of", as the Germans say). Denmark now has a second border with Sweden via the Ãresund Bridge. If you count this a a border, no country has a border only with Germany.
There are nine countries that border on to Germany. They are :- Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark and Luxemburg.
I think 9 countries border Germany. Let me count: Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, France, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland. EN/DE/native language(s) Denmark / DÃ¤nemark / Danmark Netherlands / NiederlÃ¤nde / Nederlands Belgium / Belgien / BelgiÃ«, Belgique, Be…lgien Luxembourg / Luxemburg / LÃ«tzeburg, Luxemburg, Luxembourg France / Frankreich / France Switzerland / Schweiz / Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera, Svizra Austria / Ãsterreich / Ãsterreich Czech Republic, Bohemia / Tschechien, BÃ¶hmen / Äesko, Äechy Poland / Polen / Polska (MORE)
Germany borders Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands & Denmark. It has coasts on the Noth Sea & the Baltic.
No Germany is separated from the Mediterranean sea by twocountries. Italy is the nearest Mediterranean country, but Germanyis separated from Italy by Austria and Switzerland.
Germany shares a border with Austria, Denmark, Czech Republic,Poland, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
Poland borders both Germany and Russia and is located on the Baltic Sea, however the federal subject that borders Poland is separated from the main body of Russia and its other federal subjects.
Yes, Germany has a border with France. The border crossing is Strassburg. They are both members of the European Union and of the Schengen Agreement. The border is totally open.
That will be Poland . It is the only country that has access to Baltic sea and is still bordered by Germany (right side), Lithuania (top), Ukraine (left side).
Germany borders Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Poland.
actually 9 countries border germany. but the 4 that are perhaps too big to miss are france poland austria & the czech republic
Switzerland And - even if I wrote it already in quite a few answers - it was at least not only due to Swiss bank dealings with rich Germans or industrials dealing with the axis. Switzerland had a general mobilisation leading to up to 450'000 soldiers guarding its borders, dynamite armament of all br…idges and tunnels from north to south (to be blown up in case of invasions), the "reduced Switzerland" defence plan, and a completely free - and very famous - European radio station informing about the war situation... during the first months of war there were clashes between German luftwaffe and the Swiss airforce, a German revenge mission with so-called "destroyer" planes and an attempt to send pioneers to blow up Swiss airfields... But in fact Germany had several invasion plans for Switzerland and it was most probably a combination of all this (and much luck) that saved the country... (MORE)
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From 1871-1914 Germany bordered:. Denmark . Russian Empire . Austria-Hungary . Switzerland . France . Luxembourg . Belgium . The Netherlands
Vienna, Austria Hungary and Germany do not border each other, they are separated by other countries. There is no city that borders both Hungary and Germany.
Clockwise from the top:. Denmark Poland Czech Republic Austria Switzerland France Luxembourg Belgium The Netherlands That makes 9
just two: russia and turkey. hehe nazi jokes. they are funny. there are actually 9 countries bordering Germany. denmark to the north, Poland and Czech republic to the east, austria and Switzerland to the south, and France, Luxembourg, belgium and the Netherlands to the west.
There are only two bodies of water near Germany. They are the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
The answer is Denmark which lies on top of Germany with the peninsular Jutland and the islands Fuen and Sealand with the capital Copenhagen.
They are the same as the geographical borders and were fixed (in effect) at the end of World War 2 and recognized definitively by Germany in 1990.
Countries that border Germany: North: Denmark East Poland Czech Republic South: Austria Switzerland West: France Luxembourg Belgium Holland Bodies of water that border Germany: North: North Sea Baltic Sea
i think it might be Switzerland or France I would say Switzerland and Austria. France is west of Germany.
The only countries to share a border with Germany are Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Poland.
l'Alsace-Lorraine, properly the distinct French regions of Alsace and Lorraine, are bordering Germany. Both regions were seized by the Germans following the defeat of France in 1870, and became French again in 1918. During WWII the Germans annexed again the Alsace and Lorraine regions, saying they w…ere 'historically German' (MORE)
Germany borders Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg,France, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Poland, plusthe North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The North Sea flows into theAtlantic Ocean.
Denmark in the North France, Belgium, Luxembourg in the West Poland in the East Suisse, Austria in the South
Any country beside the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland.
Strasbourg in eastern France sits on the border with Germany. Other large cities on or near the border are: SaarbrÃ¼cken (Germany), Freiburg (Germany), Mulhouse (France)
Starting from the north and going clockwise, the countries and water that border Germany are: Denmark, The Baltic Sea, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Bodensee (a lake where the borders of Germany, Austria and Switzerland meet) Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, The Netherlands, and The Nort…h Sea. (MORE)
Poland and the Czech Republic border Germany to the east; theborder to Austria is in the east and the south.
denmark, Poland, Czech republic, austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, belgium, Netherlands. in that order clockwise starting with the northernmost border.
No, it does not. Croatia is always separated from Germany by at least one other country. Germany is bordered by Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Poland, Austria and Italy in the south-eastern area. In order to reach Croatia from Germany, it would require passing through Austria and Slovenia be…fore you could reach Croatia. (MORE)
The Atlantic Ocean borders France . It is also bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the English Channel. Germany is not bordered by any ocean. It is bordered by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
There are 8 altogether: France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, and Switzerland.
Yes, following countries are bordering/neighboring countries of Germany. Austria, Switzerland,Poland, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Check Republic and France.
Czechoslovakia no longer exists; however, Germany does share a border with the Czech republic, and it did share a border with it when it existed.
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Sweden is across the Baltic Sea from Germany and they do not share a border.
It didn't. At the end of WW2 a block of communists countries was formed in Eastern Europe. These were controlled by Moscow. The countries that were blocked were western and NATO countries.
No European country borders both Germany and Russia, since the two are now separated by Poland, Belarus, and the Ukraine. However, Poland is still the answer because it and Lithuania border the small Russian seaport enclave of Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea. is Poland.