What are neighbouring countries of Germany?
Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland are the neighboring countries of Germany.
The neighbours of Germany are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland.
They do not have a border and are hundreds of miles from each other, but both are in the northern part of Europe.
No. There are much larger countries in the world than Germany. It is not even the biggest country in Europe, if that is what you were asking.
that is an opinion there is real no answer if you like Germany than to you yes but to other people mabye not
Germany is a country on the continent of Europe, its capital city is Berlin. Germany has a population of about 82 million people.
Austria and Switzerland.
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Federal republic with 2 legislative bodies (Federal Council and Federal Assembly).
Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Belgium
Germany is a federal parliamentary republic .
In the First World War, Great Britain, France, and Russia fought against Germany. Germany was part of an alliance called the Central Powers.
Germany is one single country. It does, however, have 16 states. Though these enjoy considerable automony, they are not separate countries.
Historically the position of Germany as major European state, and power, created frictions along its periphery with other powers. States that have had repetitive conflicts with Germany are France, Poland and Russia. Many of these selected country disputes served as the foundation to the modern conflicts of the past World Wars.
Poland, France, England, Scotland, Ireland
Germany is one country and there are no other countries within it. Between 1945 and 1990, it was split into West Germany and East Germany, but it is one country again now.
In Germany.. The Shire.
pork and beef
Russia envaded Berlin and took it over because the U.S let them
In and after WW2 Germany was occupied by the USA, Great Britain, France and Russia.
During ww2 they invaded Austria, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, soviet union, Egypt, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Greece, Channel Islands, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Hungary, Britain and Italy.
Germany is a country in it's own right, no other country has a claim on it.
Many countries surround Germany such as: Netherlands, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxemburg, Belgium, Denmark, and Poland.
NorthDenmarkEastPolandCzech Republic SouthAustriaSwitzerlandWestFranceLuxembourgBelgiumNetherlands
Holland, France, Switzerland, Poland, Denmark, Luxembourg, Austria, Belgium :)
Clockwise around Germany: France, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands (Holland) , Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Swizerland. The tiny principality of Liechtenstein shares a border with Switzerland and Austria, and is only a few miles from Germany, but it doesn't actually share a border.
The name Germany come from the group of tribes that settled in Northern Europe who were collectively known ethically as Germanic due to customs and language. Germans, by the way, refer to their country as "Deutschland".
fRANCE, BELGIUM, HOLLAND, POLAND, AUSTRIA. RUSSIA IS WAY OFF GERMANY SILLY!
Yes like any other country, germany can experience extreme cold fases in the winter. Temperatures can drop to -23°degrees as was in the winter of 2011.The lowest ever rekorded temperature in germany was rekorded at the Funtensee with - 42°, but that doesnt happen often. Some winters can be very mild without any inch of snow.
Denmark (north) Poland (east)Czech Republic (east)Austria (southeast)Switzerland (south)France (southwest)Luxembourg (west)Belgium (west)Netherlands (west)
I´m a native German as well and very interested in policy. So if you ask me for my opinion it is definetly the immigration debate, the lack of reliability in our government and the now renewed inflamed discussion about nuclear energy. As well as the econimic relationship to the other EU states.
Germany has produced many inventions that are used world wide, here are some examples: the automobile, the diesel engine, the MP3 player, the coffee filter, morphine, and even the idea of Christmas trees. A full list of German inventions and discoveries are included in the link below.
One thing that originally came from Germany is Bratwurst Sausage. They are one of Germany's main meals like the British to a Roast. Toyin.A. 2010
What is the area of Germany
39 European countries
Uganda, Rwanda, Cameroon.
Starting in the north and moving in a clockwise direction, the following nine countries border Germany:DenmarkPolandCzech Republic AustriaSwitzerlandFranceLuxemburgBelgiumthe Netherlands
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.
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.denmark belgium holland poland austria switzerland czech republic france
Until about 1793 Germany was a patchwork of about 365 more or less sovereign states. Most were very small indeed, but at the other end of the spectrum there were two European great powers, Austria and Prussia. After the Napoleonic Wars the number of states was reduced to 39, and in 1866 the exclusion of Austria paved the wave for German unification in 1871. (This is a much simplifed account). Germany was not 'owned' in… Read More
There were some countries that were neutral during World War 2 that invaded Germany. These countries included the United States and Sweden.
In the Thirties, Germany occupied Austria and, later, Czechoslovakia. On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland, which triggered World War II. Germany then invaded numerous other countries including most of Europe and north Africa.