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What do you know about Germany? In this original quiz, all the answers to geographical, historical and cultural questions will appear somewhere in the map. Try to complete it!
Population by city proper, not urban area (from citypopulation.de)
Famous battles are depicted by red crosses, famous monuments by grey castles, natural wonders by green leaves and famous people by purple men
Mountain ranges are light brown while mounts are dark brown
Regions do NOT necessarily correspond to administrative regions
Quiz by YungBabass
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Last updated: July 3, 2021
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First submittedJuly 11, 2020
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SWITZERLANDNETHERLANDSBELGIUMLUXEMBOURGFRANCEAUSTRIADENMARKPOLANDCZECHIABALTIC SEANORTH SEAPOMERANIASAARLANDBAVARIA
 
Bordering Countries
Austria
Belgium
Czechia
Denmark
France
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Poland
Switzerland
 
Bordering Seas and Oceans
Baltic Sea
North Sea
 
Rivers
Elbe
Rhine
Danube
 
Montain Ranges and Chains
Alps
Population
Biggest Cities
3,669,491
Berlin
1,847,253
Hamburg
1,484,226
Munich
1,087,863
Cologne
763,380
Frankfurt am Main
 
 
Fact
Other Cities
City that doesn't exist, according to the Internet
Bielefeld
Former capital of the Federal Republic of Germany
Bonn
City of famous WII trials
Nuremberg
Home of the football team called 'Borussia'
Dortmund
'Cradle of the automobile'
Stuttgart
Description
Regions
Historical region split between Poland and Germany
Pomerania
Largest German state by land area
Bavaria
Territory governed by France under a League of Nations mandate after 1920
Saarland
 
 
Desctiption
Monuments
Best known Berlin Wall crossing point
Checkpoint Charlie
Named world's best amusement park since 2014
Europa Park
Castle built in honor of Richard Wagner
Neuschwanstein Castle
 
 
Description
Natural Wonders
National Park named after the forested mountain range in which it is located
Black Forest National Park
Lake at the border between Switzerland and Germany
Constance Lake
Link with City
Famous People
Leipzig: this compositor was buried there
J.S. Bach
Kiel: this father of quantum theory was teacher there
Max Planck
Aachen: this emperor throned there
Charlemagne
 
 
Link with CIty
Pieces of Art
Bayreuth: this music drama is played each year in this city as part of the Wagner's Ring cycle
Die Walküre
Bremen: this Grimms' fairy tale tells the story of four animal coming to this town
Town Musicians of Bremen
East-Berlin: in this movie starring Daniel Brühl, a mother falls into coma shortly before the November revolution
Good Bye, Lenin!
 
 
Date
Battles
9: Roman defeat against Germanic peoples
Battle of the Teutoburg Forest
1945: aerial destruction of a city
Bombing of Dresden
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Level 73
Jul 3, 2021
Cologne's dot doesn't work

Underrated map though

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Level 44
Jul 3, 2021
Oops! I changed that :) Thanks
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Level 34
Jul 3, 2021
Nice Map! Really detailed!
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Level 56
Jul 5, 2021
Europa Park doesn't light up on the map.
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Level 69
Nov 15, 2022
Konstanz should be an accepted answer.