Some Facts about Germany

Some Facts about Germany

I regularly scour my books and the Internet for interesting facts about Germany and check them for relevance and truthfulness. Here bundled the result, also I have collected a few fun facts about Germany. The article will be expanded regularly! Bavaria is home to one...
Some Fun Facts about Germany

Some Fun Facts about Germany

Learn with entertainment and expand general knowledge along the way. Here is my collection of fun facts about the German-speaking world. A bit more serious is my collection of facts about Germany! Friedrich Schiller, the famous poet, kept rotten apples in his desk...
For example, what happened on January 3 in Germany?

For example, what happened on January 3 in Germany?

1521 Pope Leo X issues the “Decet Romanum Pontificem,” also called the Bull of Excommunication, against the German reformer Martin Luther as well as his followers. 1829 The German philologist Konrad Duden is born. He paved the way for standardized German...
For example, what happened on January 3 in Germany?

For example, what happened on January 2 in Germany?

1819 The Preußische Staatszeitung appears for the first time and will publish news for 126 years. 1820 Due to the political goals of the gymnastics movement, gymnastics is banned in Prussia for the next 20 years. 1861 After the death of Frederick William IV, William I...
For example, what happened on January 3 in Germany?

For example, what happened on January 1 in Germany?

1710 Berlin, Friedrichswerda, Cölln, Friedrichstadt and Dorotheenstadt are merged. The Royal Residence and Capital Berlin is created. 1834 The German Customs Union is constituted among 18 German states and serves as an economic unification of the individual federal...