Germany- Evan Sullivan
Absolute Location-52 degrees North, 13 degrees East.
Relative Location-Germany is North of Austria and West of Denmark.
Bordering Countries-It is bordered on the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; on the east by Poland and the Czech.
Key Cities- Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Essen, Dortmund, Stutgart,and Dusseldorf
Geographic Features-Alps Mountains, Northern European Plain, North Sea, Baltic Sea, Rhine, Danube, and Elbe river. Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic.

Red-hardiness, bravery, strength, and valour
Yellow-A symbol of generosity

Physical Geography
There are many landforms in germany but some of the main ones are the, North European Plain, North Sea Coastline, Baltic Sea, Rugen, Germany's largest island.
There is the Rhine River Valley, Ore Mountains, Rhon Plateau, Bavarian Alps, Black Forrest, the Rhine River ect........
Germany I would consider to be smaller than most other countries, but still isn't the smallest, it is pretty good in size but most are the same or bigger in size.

Population Explained


The total population of Germany is 81,879,976 residents, its population density is 593.mi^2, their growth rate is 3.60 %.
Major Cities-

Berlin, Hamburg, München (Munich), Köln (Cologne), Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, Dortmund, Essen , Düsseldorf, Bremen, Hannover, Leipzig, Dresden, Nürnberg (Nuremberg).

Capitol- Berlin-3.4 million people

Sociology(Group behavior and patterns)

Germany is a broadly middle class society. A generous social welfare system ..... The G.D.R. established the structures of a single-party
In Germany the parents are like average parents working to feed there families and their average family size is 2 kids. Germany's divorce rate is Germany's divorce rate has risen beyond the 200,000-a-year mark, thus affecting over 400,000 spouses and 170,000 school children. Germany's family activities are getting together for holidays and gatherings, they play sports like softball and soccer ect......