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Germany Calendars
Germany Calendars


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Living Language Calendars



BOOKS ABOUT GERMANY &
GERMAN CULTURE

A Concise History of Germany
A Concise History
of Germany

Culture Shock! Germany: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette
Culture Shock! Germany:
A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette

Spoonfuls of Germany: Culinary Delights of the German Regions in 170 Recipes
Spoonfuls of Germany: Culinary Delights of
the German Regions
in 170 Recipes

German Castles and Palaces
German Castles
and Palaces

Neue Horizonte: A First Course in German Language and Culture
Neue Horizonte:
A First Course in German Language and Culture

The Seven Swabians, and Other German Folktales
The Seven Swabians, and Other German Folktales



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Germany & German Culture Educational Geography Posters
for social studies classrooms & homeschoolers.


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Germany Maps
Germany Map

(52º31'0"N 13º23'0"E)

Germany Flag
Germany Flag

Map of Europe, Poster
Traveler's Map
of Germany


German Coat of Arms
German Coat of Arms

Iron Cross, Giclee Print
Iron Cross,
Giclee Print

The Federal Republic of Germany is located in central Europe bordered on the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands, on the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea, to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic, and on the south by Austria and Switzerland.

The largest country in Western Europe blessed with a diverse landscape. Germany is world renownd for charming villages, elegant cities, and magnificent castles rich in history and culture.

German states: Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rhineland, Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland, Saxony, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein, Thuringia.



Communist Built Wall Dividing East from West Berlin, East Germany, Photographic Print
Communist Built Wall Dividing East from West Berlin, East Germany,
Photographic Print

(52º30'2"N 13º23'56"E)

Berlin is the capital, and largest city, is located in eastern Germany.

The earliest evidence of settlements in the area of Berlin date from the late 1100s, the first mentions of Berlin are in 1237 and 1244.

Berlin, a world city of culture, politics, media, and science, is home to renowned universities, research institutes, sporting events, orchestras, museums and personalities.

Historic Headlines Poster - Berlin Wall Tumbles, Saturday, Nov. 11, 1989 ‘Beginning of the End' for Communism, Germany Re-unified, Breaching the Wall‘


Swamp Landscape, Jasmund National Park, Germany, Photographic Print
Swamp Landscape, Jasmund National Park, Germany,
Photographic Print

(54º32'0"N 13º35'0"E)

Vertical Rock Formations, Sachsische Schweiz National Park, Germany, Photographic Print
Vertical Rock Formations, Sachsische Schweiz
(Saxon-Switzerland) National Park, Germany, Photographic Print

(50º54'51"N 14º16'42"E)

Harz/Hochharz National Park, Germany, Europe, Photographic Print
Harz/Hochharz National Park, Germany, Europe,
Photographic Print


(51º47'0"N 10º34'0"E)

Gray Wolves (Canis Lupus), Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany, Europe, Photographic Print
Gray Wolves (Canis Lupus), Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany,
Photographic Print

(48º58'0"N 13º23'0"E)


River Rhine Gorge from Loreley (Lorelei), Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Photographic Print
River Rhine Gorge from Loreley (Lorelei), Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany,
Photographic Print

(51º58'54"N 4º4'50"E)

The Rhine River flows northward from the Alps in eastern Switzerland, forming borders with Liechtenstein and then Austria, through Lake Constance, Germany, France and the Netherlands, emptying into the North Sea at the Rhine-Meuse Delta.

Large cities on the Rhine include Basel, Bonn, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Rotterdam, Strasbourg, Utrecht.

Among people associated with the Rhine River are mystic Hildegard von Bingen, composer Richard Wagner and Das Rheingold opera inspired by the Nibelungenlied legends, and Heinrich Heine's Die Lore-Ley poem about Lorelei myth.

American poet Walt Whitman called the Rhine “The most beautiful river in the world.”

Rivers of Europe posters


Storks on Top of Chimney in Town of Lenzen, Brandenburg, Germany, Photographic Print
Storks on Top of Chimney in Town of Lenzen, Brandenburg, Germany, Photographic Print

The national bird of Germany is the stork.

Storks have long been of interest to people due to their large size, ability to feast on vermin, and willingness to nest close to human habitation.

In Germany storks were thought to prevent fires and were encouraged to nest on houses by building high platforms around the chimney.


Centaurea Triumfetti, Squarrose Knapweed, or Triumfetti's Cornflower, Photographic Print
Germany National Flower
Centaurea Triumfetti, Squarrose Knapweed, or Triumfetti's Cornflower, Photographic Print

German Costumes, Wall Decal
German Costumes,
Wall Decal


Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, Giclee Print
Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, Giclee Print

(1122-1190)

Friedrich II, der Grosse, Art Print
Friedrich II, der Grosse,
Art Print

(1712-1786)


Frederick William II of Prussia, Giclee Print
Prussian Uniforms
Frederick William II of Prussia, Giclee Print

(1744-1797)

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Photographic Print
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Photographic Print


Ludwig II of Bavaria, Giclee Print
Ludwig II of Bavaria,
Giclee Print

(1845-1886)

Neuschwanstein Castle in autumn, Bavaria, Photographic Print
Neuschwanstein Castle
in autumn, Bavaria,
Photographic Print


Otto von Bismarck, German Statesman. Proclamed Chancellor of the Empire in 1871, Photographic Print
Otto von Bismarck,
German Statesman.
Proclamed Chancellor
of the Empire in 1871,
Photographic Print

(1815-1898)

Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), Giclee Print
Kaiser Wilhelm II,
Giclee Print

(1859-1941)

Paul Von Hindenburg, c.1916, Giclee Print
Paul Von Hindenburg, c.1916, Giclee Print

(1847-1934)



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