Here we present some interesting facts about Germany that makes it one among the perfect destination for immigrants:
University education is free for all including immigrants/non-Germans
Berlin is nine times larger than Paris and has an additional number of bridges than in Venice
Germany is the largest economy in the EU and has a GDP – gross domestic product of 3.73 trillion US$. It ranks 4th globally after the US, Japan, and China.
Germany is among the biggest car producers in the world and sold 5.9 million cars in 2011. Volkswagen’s Golf is one among all-time best-selling cars and more than 430,000 of these cars were sold around Europe in 2012.
Germany is one among the leading book nations in the world that publishes roughly 94,000 titles annually
Germany was the first nation in the world to accept DST – Daylight saving time. This was in the midst of World War I in 1916.
German is the 3rd most extensively taught language in the world
There are additional Football Fan Clubs in Germany than in any part of the world
Germany has on one occasion been defeated in a penalty shootout in a key football competition. This was in 1976 when the then West Germany was defeated by Czechoslovakia in the European Championships by 5-3. On all other four occasions, Germany has won in the penalty shootout.
The tradition of Tannenbaum – Christmas tree came from Germany
Majority of the German taxis are Mercedes
The office of the Chancellor in Berlin is locally also called as the ‘washing machine’
Germany is a leader when it comes to energy and climate policies. It decided to dismantle all the nuclear power stations by 2022 in 2011. These were then producing 18% of electricity consumption. It decided to substitute them with renewable energies and the latest storage for green electricity.