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Germany's Information

Flag of Germany
Land Area 348,672 km2
Water Area 8,350 km2
Total Area 357,022km2 (#62)
Population 80,722,792 (#18)
Population Density 231.51/km2
Government Type Federal Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $3,980.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $48,200
Currency Euro (EUR)
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Spring months in Germany are a bit on the chilly side, but across the country from May through September conditions are generally warm and pleasant with mostly sunny skies. Fall temperatures are lower with moderate rainfall, but nevertheless a wonderful time to visit the country.

The winter months (though colder and wet) remain mostly mild in the west, while in the east conditions are much colder and way below freezing temperatures are commonplace.

Snow fall in the higher mountains of the south and across Bavaria can be extremely heavy, but in general terms accumulation amounts in the central uplands are light and quick to melt.

Countrywide in summer high temperatures average in the mid-70's, while winter months average in the low 40's. Precipitation is possible throughout the year, with the most rain falling in the summer months

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HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 42/5 (Feb) 35/1 (Mar) 45/7 (Apr) 60/15

(May) 65/18 (Jun) 71/21 (Jul) 75/23 (Aug) 70/20

(Sep) 70/20 (Oct) 61/16 (Nov) 45/7 (Dec) 38/3

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 34/1 (Feb) 27/-3 (Mar) 32/0 (Apr) 40/4

(May) 49/9 (Jun) 53/11 (Jul) 59/15 (Aug) 55/12

(Sep) 52/11 (Oct) 46/7 (Nov) 36/2 (Dec) 31/-1


HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 44/6 (Feb) 38/3 (Mar) 51/10 (Apr) 60/15

(May) 65/18 (Jun) 73/22 (Jul) 74/23 (Aug) 69/20

(Sep) 71/21 (Oct) 64/17 (Nov) 48/8 (Dec) 41/4

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 34/1 (Feb) 29/-2 (Mar) 38/3 (Apr) 42/5

(May) 46/7 (Jun) 53/11 (Jul) 57/13 (Aug) 53/11

(Sep) 52/10 (Oct) 48/9 (Nov) 38/3 (Dec) 33/0


HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 38/3 (Feb) 32/0 (Mar) 45/7 (Apr) 57/13

(May) 65/18 (Jun) 72/22 (Jul) 74/23 (Aug) 69/20

(Sep) 68/19 (Oct) 59/15 (Nov) 41/5 (Dec) 33/0

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 24/-4 (Feb) 19/-7 (Mar) 26/-3 (Apr) 40/4

(May) 45/7 (Jun) 54/12 (Jul) 56/13 (Aug) 53/11

(Sep) 50/9 (Oct) 41/5 (Nov) 30/-1 (Dec) 25/-4

This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

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About the Author

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Germany states & their capitals

Region Capital
Baden-Wurttemberg Stuttgart
Bavaria Munich
Berlin Berlin
Brandenburg Potsdam
Bremen Bremen
Hamburg Hamburg
Hesse Wiesbaden
Lower Saxony Hannover
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Schwerin
North Rhine-Westphalia Dusseldorf
Rhineland-Palatinate Mainz
Saarland Saarbrucken
Saxony Dresden
Saxony-Anhalt Magdeburg
Schleswig-Holstein Kiel
Thuringia Erfurt

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