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  1. Németország – Wikipédia › wiki › Németország

    Németország a déli határánál fekvő Alpok hegylánctól (legmagasabb pont: Zugspitze, 2963 m) az északi határt képező Északi-tengerig és Balti-tengerig terjed. E határok között Közép-Németország erdőkkel borított felföldjei és az észak-német mélyföld (legalacsonyabb pont: Neuendorf/Wilstermarsch, ‒3,54 m) terülnek el.

  2. Germany - Wikipedia › wiki › Germany

    Ancient humans were present in Germany at least 600,000 years ago. The first non-modern human fossil (the Neanderthal) was discovered in the Neander Valley. Similarly dated evidence of modern humans has been found in the Swabian Jura, including 42,000-year-old flutes which are the oldest musical instruments ever found, the 40,000-year-old Lion Man, and the 35,000-year-old Venus of Hohle Fels.

  3. Turok - Wikipedia › wiki › Turok

    The original comic, titled Turok, Son of Stone, was illustrated by Rex Maxon.The writer-creator credit for the characters of Turok and Andar is disputed, with historians citing Matthew H. Murphy, Gaylord Du Bois, and Paul S. Newman as the feature's earliest writers.

  4. Berlin - Wikipedia › wiki › Berlin

    Berlin (/ b ɜːr ˈ l ɪ n /; German: [bɛʁˈliːn] ()) is the capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population. Its 3,769,495 inhabitants as of 31 December 2019 make it the most populous city of the European Union, according to population within city limits.

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  5. Lahr - Wikipedia › wiki › Lahr

    Geography. Lahr is located on the western edge of the Black Forest where the Schutter Valley merges with the Upper Rhine River Plains from the east. The Schutter enters the city from the southeast and runs in a northwesterly direction first through the boroughs of Reichenbach and Kuhbach, then through Lahr (proper) where the Altstadt (historic town centre) is situated on the right bank of the ...

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  6. Kandel - Wikipedia › wiki › Kandel

    Kandel (German: ()) is a town in the Germersheim district of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, near the border with France and approximately 18 km north-west of Karlsruhe, and 15 km south-east of Landau.

  7. Names of Germany - Wikipedia › wiki › Names_of_Germany

    Over time, the Slavic exonym was borrowed by some non-Slavic languages. The Hungarian name for Germany is Németország (from the stem Német-. lit. Német Land). The popular Romanian name for German is neamț, used alongside the official term, german, which was borrowed from Latin.

  8. Sabine Schmitz - Wikipedia › wiki › Sabine_Schmitz

    Sabine Schmitz (Sabine Reck while married; born 14 May 1969) is a German professional motor racing driver for BMW and Porsche, also known for driving the BMW "ring taxi" around the Nürburgring race track as well as being a television personality.

  9. End of World War II in Europe - Wikipedia › wiki › End_of_World_War_II_in_Europe

    Hitler's death: On 30 April, as the Battle of Nuremberg and the Battle of Hamburg ended with American and British occupation, in addition to the Battle of Berlin raging above him with the Soviets surrounding the city, along with his escape route cut off by the Americans, realizing that all was lost and not wishing to suffer Mussolini's fate, German dictator Adolf Hitler committed suicide in ...

  10. Németország tartományai – Wikipédia › wiki › Németország_tartományai

    Németország tartományai (németül: Land / Länder, melynek magyar fordítása tulajdonképpen ország(ok)), a köznyelvben általánosan használt formájában szövetségi tartomány(ok) (németül: Bundesland / Bundesländer) a Német Szövetségi Köztársaságot alkotó félszuverén államok.