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Dina 7 aylar önce
We Germans show our patriotism by watching all the reaction videos about Germany and seeing how people react to how great we are - its like a quiet version of patriotism :D
caspar valentine
caspar valentine 6 aylar önce
Deutschland ist super!
Max Shipley
Max Shipley 6 aylar önce
Us Australians see which people think we exist
ace 5 aylar önce
​@caspar valentine Ja, so ist es
Nein 5 aylar önce
Wir haben wesentlich mehr Patrioten als man denkt. Es ist einfach nicht üblich es zu zeigen.
latif Emma
latif Emma 5 aylar önce
Not only Germans my dear even us from Africa and German is my dream country.much love from Uganda 🇺🇬🇺🇬
millowich 10 aylar önce
As a German it feels so good to hear someone not just talk about the stereotypes and nazi history. I was actually surprised at how good you researched and even included the little things (like we show 3 in a different way than brits or Americans do)! Great video!
Ahmed Dler
Ahmed Dler 4 aylar önce
Well only uneducated people talk about stereotypes. Love German people ❤️
zykzo 3 aylar önce
@Ahmed Dlerand it is not stereotype lol
i don't need a name
i don't need a name 2 aylar önce
and it feels so bad to hear about "high standard of living", long gone.
greendude 4 aylar önce
I love Germany, it saddened me a bit hearing that not many Germans feel patriotic of some sort to their country, because I do really love Germany! Love from Croatia
Tanja B.
Tanja B. 3 aylar önce
We must not
Leonary 90
Leonary 90 2 aylar önce
Love back to Croatia! I love hrvatska, It's a great country to travel to. Been there 3 times now and it's always been great! Plus all croatians I know are really cool lads.
Björn Renard
Björn Renard 2 aylar önce
feeling patriotic in germany makes you feel very Nazi-ish, given our history. Although many germans still love their country even if they criticize every bit they can get their hands on.
greendude 2 aylar önce
@Björn Renard Same here in Croatia, with the Ustashas
Linda Hernández
Linda Hernández 2 aylar önce
Currently learning German and I'm already in love with their culture! Sending love to Germany from Meixco!
BasierungsChef 2 aylar önce
Danke alter liebe zurück!
fatfish 2 aylar önce
A2's Facts Mind
A2's Facts Mind 2 aylar önce
Hii I am also learning German language And I am from India By the way fir which purpose are you learning German language?
Skyler Rash
Skyler Rash Aylar önce
Mexico actually has a surprisingly large cultural connection with Germany
Linda Hernández
Linda Hernández Aylar önce
@A2's Facts Mind Just because I love learning languages honestly haha
Токаев - изменник родины
Токаев - изменник родины Yıl önce
Germany, please alway stay strong and safe! Warm greetings to all good people from Kazakhstan regardless of where you are from!
ericdre09 Yıl önce
Thanks for the sweet words dude, hope you're doing alright over there in Kazakhstan. Greetings from Germany.
Aquadox Yıl önce
Kazakhstan and Germany ☝️👍🥰
Corvus 11 aylar önce
Too late, germany is lost
Rock N
Rock N 10 aylar önce
Germany is a excellent diverse land of immigrants! It's diversity is what makes it so great.
Noname 9 aylar önce
@Rock N wow
noe Yıl önce
I love Germany (о´∀`о)♡ From Japan 🇩🇪♡🇯🇵
george pumpkinhead
george pumpkinhead 10 aylar önce
Eduardo Lins
Eduardo Lins 10 aylar önce
@george pumpkinhead Italy has joined the game Italy: Buongiorno
En17 10 aylar önce
I love Japan ドイツ から
Vladimir Vladislavovich Tiranozavrov
Vladimir Vladislavovich Tiranozavrov 9 aylar önce
Russia and other allies: Нет, нет, нет, нет, нет, нет, НЕТ!
Grand Wonk
Grand Wonk 8 aylar önce
Love you guys too.
D S 6 yıl önce
I am 25 and live in Germany and I have heard only once in my lifetime about a "tornado" in Germany. And it was rather small. I am surprised we are supposed to have most in Europe...
sertaki 6 yıl önce
Just shows you how tornado-ridden our continent is ;).
obi12 6 yıl önce
German, 35 here: I have never heard of any tornados at all here :-D
highopay 6 yıl önce
Well there are just a very few Tornados in whole europe and most of those few are in Germany. And also they are not very devastating so you won't see it in all media :). Check youtube for Tornado Germany. You will find some. BTW we call them "Windhosen" which litteraly means "wind trousers" :D
Pûcca 6 yıl önce
D S ne es gibt schon ein paar, aber die werden dann eher Windhosen in den Medien genannt.
Blubberwasser 6 yıl önce
Ich auch!
EmOez35🔥 Yıl önce
Bin türke, lebe in Deutschland und bin auch hier geboren. Dieses Video über Deutschland hat mich noch stolzer auf Deutschland gemacht. Viele Dinge, die im Video erwähnt wurden wusste ich garnicht. Sehr cool🔥
Reina Schminkler
Reina Schminkler Yıl önce
Tommax 16
Tommax 16 3 aylar önce
Fand ich auch, tolles Video!
Roccstar 2 aylar önce
Wenn du in Deutschland geboren wurdest bist du doch Deutscher oder nicht?
EmOez35🔥 2 aylar önce
@Roccstar bro ich kann do h nicht einfach die Nationalität von meinen Eltern ignorieren
Tommax 16
Tommax 16 2 aylar önce
@Roccstar Ja, mit Migrationshintergrund glaube ich, aber den haben wir ja theoretisch alle.
Theo F
Theo F Yıl önce
Im German and boy does it feel good to hear someone talk so highly of my country. I myself am not a patriot or anything ( I can't deny feeling some form of guilt for Germany's past). Still, I absolutely hate that, despite us clearly trying to forget it and trying to make amends in any way possible, we are still associated with Nazis. I'd wager we are probably the ones most disgusted by The holocaust, most likely even more than any other country. I guess we'll never be able to rid ourselves of that connection. Thank you for not picking up on the Nazi cliché. The new Germany has absolutely nothing to do with the old.
valle Ӝ
valle Ӝ Yıl önce
I‘m from Germany as well, and I was just going to write exactly that when I saw your comment. But of course we still have people like the AfD and Reichsbürger who are proud of what Germany was during Nazi time
adamwnt Yıl önce
I greatly respect Germany for what it is today. My country, Poland, will never be the same had it not been for the war, but feeling grudge because of that doesn’t change a thing and it only makes you feel worse. Our countries and economies are intertwined and nowaday’s Germany sets an example to the world in many ways, also politically, and I only wish nationalism in any part of the world was extradicated (not patriotism, but nationalism). Greetings from your eastern neighbour 🇵🇱🤝🇩🇪
I'm Iraqi
I'm Iraqi 10 aylar önce
Germany has received a lot of immigrants and this is a wonderful thing for many whose lives were threatened
I'm Iraqi
I'm Iraqi 10 aylar önce
I hope that the French, the English, and America think a little bit about what they have done and are doing in our countries
Leanoard M
Leanoard M 10 aylar önce
The smartest, most kindest, and considerate Germans I ran into were Islamic Germans of Turkish background as well as Afro-German Muslims. They didn't mind that I had a accent. It was the pale people in Germany that were not friendly and acted stuck up as if it's their country and no one else's who have dark skin. Luckily that is fading away as Germany becomes a melting pot without any hate.
Christian McCrary
Christian McCrary Aylar önce
Every German person I've ever met is so sweet and wonderful. I love their history, culture and food. I can't wait to go visit myself one day. Much love from Idaho come visit!
Just Car Spotting
Just Car Spotting 2 aylar önce
I was born in Zurich Switzerland, which is German speaking and I can still remember trips to Germany when my dad drive close to 300 kms non stop down der autobahrn (except when mom was in the car). It a beautiful place. We went to Stuttgart and Berlin where we have some relatives. I know a lot about Germany as one of my grandparents lived through would war 2 and another was in a concentration camp.
T Positive
T Positive Yıl önce
The most important lingual aspect of Northern Germany is the greeting "Moin". We don't talk a lot, especially not to strangers, but the one thing we always do is nod and say "Moin."
Alex Humbert
Alex Humbert 9 aylar önce
i totally agree, parallel to the "Servus" in Southern Germany
Matthias 9 aylar önce
hermann pauls bruuuuder verlass mal deine vier wände :D "Servus" kommt aus unserem Süden, "Moin" kommt aus Ostfriesland und "Moin Moin" sagen Hamburger. (For anyone that doesnt understand german: "Servus" is being used in Southern Germany, "Moin" originates in East Frisia (i think thats what its called in english) and "Moin Moin" is being used in Hamburg.) PS: Dont ever say "Moin Moin" in East Frisia, worst mistake of my life!
Paolo Belloli
Paolo Belloli 3 yıl önce
Germany deserves the highest esteem: after WWII, Germany was in ruins and 20 years later they were already a superpower, even if split in 2... What a people! Greetings from Italy.
last name first name
last name first name 3 yıl önce
*wait...* just kidding, I am German-American but fielen danke.
Danin Borovina
Danin Borovina 3 yıl önce
Yes and being splitted slowed down grow,they are smart.
Tropical_Marc 3 yıl önce
@last name first name vielen Dank mit with f sry that i must correct you
A.B 3 yıl önce
@Tropical_Marc the most german comment ever
Joachim 3 yıl önce
No superpower .little big power
roxane 8 aylar önce
You could also mention that Germany and Germans absolutely love Italy and Italians and the same way around! As half german half Italian it's really fun to observe that!
Siegbert85 6 aylar önce
They sure like their food at least
untergeher 6 aylar önce
Old bonds never die
Tonicore 4 aylar önce
Every Italian Restaurant is owned by a whole Italian Family.
Solid_Snake🇮🇹 Aylar önce
Leonary 90
Leonary 90 Aylar önce
YESS, I have nothing to do with Italy still I absolutely love italy. Such amazing culture, history, iconic brands, people and achievements. I am a massive Ferrari fan. We both have a really troubled past but moved on and share a great relationship
CommentKing Aylar önce
Germany is a beautiful country with great people! Sending love to our German brothers and sisters.
Ein Mensch
Ein Mensch 6 aylar önce
Wow, the comments here was the nicest things i heard about my country ever and made me drop a tear :-) Thank you so much. Peoples arround the world are awesome.
Sophie Clawthorn
Sophie Clawthorn 9 aylar önce
One thing: Beethoven was actually born in Germany in Bonn. This is the neighbour of Cologne, and yes Beethoven is there a pretty big thing here. The orchestra hall of Bonn is named after him. And the birthhouse of him was turned into a museum about him.
die_unfaehige 7 aylar önce
As a person from Bonn. Yes 100%. Bonns whole identity is Beethoven
Sophie Clawthorn
Sophie Clawthorn 7 aylar önce
@die_unfaehige so true. I mean the logo is Bonn and his head inside. 😂
Georgin Yıl önce
I really love Germany from Russia! 🇷🇺❤🇩🇪
Safir 3 aylar önce
W Russian
Solid_Snake🇮🇹 Aylar önce
Only sane russian
Georgin Aylar önce
@Solid_Snake🇮🇹, yes, I am against putin, war and enmity with the West 🇷🇺🇪🇺
racoom Aylar önce
@Georgin stay safe bro
Georgin Aylar önce
@racoom, yeah, I'm not in Russia right now, although I do come back sometimes
IN_DEI_XICHT___ 6 yıl önce
As a german, i feel well presented in this video! Love your videos! Keep on the good work!
Vesna Rudić
Vesna Rudić Yıl önce
11 aylar önce
@Vesna Rudić 5 years late m8
polarbearwilliam 11 aylar önce
I would like to come to Germany for Oktoberfest, but I'm Canadian and have heard that the city of waterloo has a lot of German heritage as well so they have Oktoberfest there, if you see this comment, do you think there is a lot of differences or will waterloo feel like a similar experience
Blackout 11 aylar önce
@polarbearwilliam Why the hell would Waterloo in Wallonia have German heritage? Also Oktoberfest is perfect for a tourist like you, no natives and lot's of foreign tourists.
polarbearwilliam 11 aylar önce
@Blackout that is belgium, im canadian, i live in canada waterloo is in ontario
Lara B
Lara B Yıl önce
i am like 100% german and watching this video makes me appreciate my country a little bit more. it is also very interesting to see germany from another point of view bc as german you are criticizing the country more often than appreciating it or being proud to be german. and yes we aren't really patriotic. I couldn't even tell you in which order the colours of our flag are arranged XD
Tetra Hexaeder
Tetra Hexaeder 9 aylar önce
Ach, da gibt es doch das gute alte Fußballlied zu! Schwarz, Rot, Gold, wir steh'n zu dir. Auf den Rängen schallt es im Chor. Deutschland vor.
Deniz Beytekin
Deniz Beytekin 8 aylar önce
As a Turk who visited germany, I was shocked to see that at least %50 of the deutsche turks were kurdish. He is right on that point as well.
TheSaint 8 aylar önce
absolutely this ! (german too)
Silke Bower
Silke Bower 9 aylar önce
What a great summary of Germany. As a German I'm impressed by your video. There were a few spelling mistakes, but that's the teacher in me talking. You managed to point out every diversity in our country, languages, geography, religion, culture, food, school system, history, industry and more. Well done.
Sandeep Tiwari
Sandeep Tiwari 5 aylar önce
I am from India ...this year resolution for me is to learn German language. hopefully will visit Germany one day to follow my dreams and if possibly working there in good IT company... nice video indeed with lot of information about Germany
Eliah Krüll
Eliah Krüll 5 aylar önce
Good luck from Berlin
Sandeep Tiwari
Sandeep Tiwari 5 aylar önce
@Eliah Krüll Thank you Eliah
NotSofantasticFloyd 4 aylar önce
Goodluck brother!
Theo Roth
Theo Roth 4 aylar önce
Come and visit...but please build up up your we did after WW 2,,,,,,
Geile Frikadelle 24
Geile Frikadelle 24 4 aylar önce
Good luck i heard learning german is an absolute nightmare for non native speakers
SeriousGamer Yıl önce
Love to Germany from Latvia! 🇱🇻❤️🇩🇪
Aditya Agrawal
Aditya Agrawal 11 aylar önce
I am an Indian engineering student planning to move to Germany for my bachelors and masters, this video was a good help to me. Good work GN (as always)
Masfiq Ratul
Masfiq Ratul 9 aylar önce
Try for Baden-Württemberg I know they're German is Horrible but Freiburg, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe have the best Universities for Tech Nerd Or You can come to Berlin trust me you would go crazy and One point you would gonna say "Doner Kebab is the best thing ever to exist"
Abrar Imam
Abrar Imam 3 aylar önce
@Masfiq Ratul Hey mate, by reading your name, I think you are a Bengali, right? How is Germany and how are you treated there by other Germans? I actually wanna move there, just wanna know all this 😃
Rick Gutierrez
Rick Gutierrez 3 yıl önce
Germany is an amazing country. Believe me, i will visit this beautiful country before i retire. But first i need to work on my german haha. Germany you guys ROCK. - some random american 🇺🇸❤🇩🇪
Cool Gamer
Cool Gamer 3 yıl önce
We Germans love America to 🇩🇪❤️🇺🇸
Ich Bins
Ich Bins 3 yıl önce
the Language is not a Problem mostly the People speak english. come to us and drink any bears (from any kind of beer ;)) and eat one of every Bratwurst (we have only 1000 kinds of it)
Rick Gutierrez
Rick Gutierrez 3 yıl önce
@Ich Bins i unfortunately don't drink alcohol 😢 but i DO want to try some authentic german bratwurst. I want to learn german b/c i wanna learn a new language and i want to be trilingual (I'm fluent in english and spanish). Plus i think it'll be easier to communicate with people who can't speak english and read the signs and stuff.
Lilly Billison
Lilly Billison 3 yıl önce
@Rick Gutierrez You dont have to drink alcohol, non alcohol beer is good too☺️ But you HAVE to try the bread of course, wont regret it😉
Lance Vance
Lance Vance 3 yıl önce
@Cool Gamer No you don't. Germans hate Americans - me, American living in Germany
Felixicuss 5 aylar önce
In germany, we dont think about how good we are doing in comparison to others, we think about how we can become better than we are now (Leistungsgesellschaft). Although there are many people who get lost on the way or are overwhelmed by that culture, I think its is very helpful and cant be claiming more fatalities than what the US for example is doing. About sports: Germany is definitely a football nation, but in every other village, they play Handball (not the american one, the 7 vs 7 one). We also have a history in Gymnastics, Athletics, Tennis and Basketball, but everything besides Football is a "Nieschensportart" (very slightly relevant sport). If you want to find Nazis, look in the east, there are few, bu the do exist. We also recently got a new right-populist party in our parliament whichs people use to be in the CDU (center-right for german standards, they would be called left-extremists-marxists in the US). They btw are against our constitution but were deemed to not be dangerous enough to be forbidden. Recently we had some climate-protesters stick themselves to things such as streets, which pissed a whole lot of people of, which is funny, because we could easily do more things for the environment, but the majority of people just doesnt want to, but now they care that a street, they have never seen or been to was blocked for maybe half an hour. Anyway dont stick yourself to anything, please. As said in the video, every movie or series is dubbed, but we also make our own productions. Maybe youve seen the show "Dark" before and might have thought the dark colors were part of the theme, but let me tell you all our movies or shows look like that. Mostly we have "Krimis" were a "Kriminalfall", usually a murder case will be solved by the police or very rarely private investigators. Maybe youve heard of the "Tatort" which is "a police procedural television series that has been running continuously since 1970 with some 30 feature-length episodes per year, which makes it the longest-running German TV drama" according to Wikipedia. Oh and did you know we have television channels, that are paid through taxes? You can drink from tap water and its incredibly cheap and the variety of food in supermarkets is very high, at least in cities.
Dave Sales
Dave Sales Aylar önce
The comment i've been looking for. Very informative ! Thank you for sharing 🤝
Lucariela Aurion
Lucariela Aurion Yıl önce
As a German from the Rhineland (North Rhine-Westphalia), i can honestly say you explained the Country and area perfectly and you even told me facts about Germany even i didn't knew
Luna 10 aylar önce
we love carnival! :)
Choicy22 11 aylar önce
Love the video. Most "stereotypes" are true at least to some degree. And I love that you picked a photo of Celle (in Nothern Germany) to represent half timbered houses from Bavaria :D
Bonnie Bioss
Bonnie Bioss 9 aylar önce
Hoppener Haus 😊
Champignon Yıl önce
Ich liebe Deutschland und deutsch Volk ! Ich lernte Hochdeutsch für sieben Jahre und ich finde, dass es eine sehr schöne Sprache ist ! Und Deutschland hat sehr interessante Kultur und Geschichte ! / I love Germany and german people ! I learned High-German during seven years and I think that's a very nice language ! And Germany have very interesting culture and history ! Grüsse aus Frankreich ! / Greetings from France !
Kuki-chan 2 aylar önce
Hope you enjoy learning German!
Clickty Yıl önce
Love Germany ❤🇩🇪. From an Italian living in Japan.
ericdre09 Yıl önce
Thanks bro, really appreciate it. From a German with a Swedish father.
ファビオコートーン Yıl önce
Amazing. From an australian with and italian father
foxctocofxk Yıl önce
What a nice combination of countries
SkyGuyXNinja 4 aylar önce
Living in Japann is like hell
DuneCrafterLP 3 aylar önce
*Guys the gang is back we’re Back*
R 2 yıl önce
Ah, my favourite country! Germany! I learn German. I hope to visit Germany one day. Love from India:)
Naidron 2 yıl önce
Wow, I heard lot of India, hope to see you hear in german soon, best luck man
Karan Kapoor
Karan Kapoor 2 yıl önce
@Naidron I wanna come to Germany too
Octane 2 yıl önce
we love u too :D
Chuah SeongTeik
Chuah SeongTeik 2 yıl önce
Visit germany before gemany visit u........
Hategekimana Edison
Hategekimana Edison 2 yıl önce
Linh Phạm
Linh Phạm Yıl önce
I find your videos highly educational. Grateful for all the effort you and your crew put in. Keep up your hard work.
Ari Zona
Ari Zona 2 yıl önce
I am from USA. Look up the town of Leavenworth, WA. The entire town is located deep in the Cascade Mountain range out here in the Pacific Northwest but the cool part is that it's entirely Bavarian themed, even the McDonald's sign is all decorated like a German woodwork art piece. I have only met a few German people. I always ask them if they listen to Rammstein lol
2593VV♱ Yıl önce
In germany, most people don't listen to rammstein, because WE UNDERSTAND THE LYRICS!!!
Ubimubim Osas
Ubimubim Osas Yıl önce
Much Love to Our American Brothers and Sisters💪🏼
Wanderlust Detailer
Wanderlust Detailer Aylar önce
Old video but nice to hear and learn more about Germany. I grew up learning the language and writing letters back and forth with my family there. My grandma was German or partial Jewish heritage.
Yanx Yıl önce
my great-grandfather was from Germany, he migrated to Brazil because of the 2nd war, I didn't know him, but I wish I had met,so I decided to research it, it's really... amazing
Simon_ Yıl önce
hey, really cool:D much love to Brazil
En17 10 aylar önce
A lil bit sus
Tetra Hexaeder
Tetra Hexaeder 9 aylar önce
I know why you made the three dots in the end... Germans in South America after World War II were not the best of our people. (Actually they were the worst.) Nothing against your great grandfather though. Didn't know him either. I'm just talking about history in general.
Artur Mergo
Artur Mergo 4 aylar önce
I'm so fond of Germany and its cultural legacy!
peachjuice 3 yıl önce
This video makes me feel so much better about being German. Thank you so much for doing all this research. I learned so much about my home country !^^
Crazy Science Channel
Crazy Science Channel 3 yıl önce
Girlfromtheblock Yes Ja ich dachte immer die Welt hasst uns 👋
WAD1M 3 yıl önce
@Crazy Science Channel Dachte ich auch XD
Alex 10 aylar önce
Sie hassen uns nicht
Roger M
Roger M 10 aylar önce
Why does the German have to be white though?
Risen 10 aylar önce
@Roger M It’s their most common skin color. There aren’t too many non-white Germans.
Shiro -chan
Shiro -chan Yıl önce
Hearing all this about Germany does actually makes me a bit Pround to be born here, (but really only a bit too much German proundness didn't work out so well in the past) I never knew Germany looks so awesome from an outside perspective. It's a lot different when your inside through. We still have a lot of problems to work on.
Creatures_and_corridors 7 aylar önce
I have a large German heritage and from America but I absolutely love learning more about the country! ❤
Frozen Uruguay Ball
Frozen Uruguay Ball 11 aylar önce
I love Germany as a American you guys have made amazing cars and f1 drivers some of the best history besides ww2 and you guys are my favorite euro country besides Poland the Nordic guys and uk 🇩🇪❤️🇺🇸
Dieter Strzempek
Dieter Strzempek Yıl önce
Hey Barby, your snapshot of germany is really impressing. What i like most is, that you capture it very accurate in a nutshell. Even for me as a german, i couldn't do it better. Great Job!
blackcab 666
blackcab 666 Yıl önce
I could. Simply by adding 40 years of East Germany. We didn't have the Marshall Plan or a Ludwig Erhard as Chancellor or the "Wirtschaftswunder". Also korean and turkish immigrants only apply to West Germany. East Germany helped people from other countries like Greek, Angola or, during and after the Vietnam War, Vietnamese refugees.
X_Ray_7 5 aylar önce
as a german this is comedy gold
1337fraggzb00N 5 aylar önce
Sam 4 aylar önce
Tanja B.
Tanja B. 3 aylar önce
@1337fraggzb00N What should be with Adidas?
Skyrim-Clips-German Aylar önce
@Tanja B. ADIDAS
Tommy 1807
Tommy 1807 4 yıl önce
As a German I am really impressed by your video my friend. Well done!
Just a Bballnigga
Just a Bballnigga 4 yıl önce
White Wolf german are cool people
Desch. 4 yıl önce
Thank you XD
UPSC ki maa ka Bharosa
UPSC ki maa ka Bharosa 4 yıl önce
White Wolf ,why Germans are eating Indian culture,, they are owning sanskrit language and vedic texts like it belongs to them,We Indian will not be surprised if they start putting copyrights on our holy vedic texts... What's wrong with Germans ,they are bit by bit stealing our culture
Ünal Yalcin
Ünal Yalcin 4 yıl önce
Germans are really good at making friends, as he said. :D
Karl Schmidt
Karl Schmidt 4 yıl önce
@UPSC ki maa ka Bharosa Never heard of german eating Indian culture, tell me about it pls
Felix • Zeder95
Felix • Zeder95 Yıl önce
I'm German and vegan... while traditional german cuisine is very meat-heavy, there is a lot of international cuisine in Germany as well which offers a lot more vegan and vegetarian options. For example, turkish restaurants often offer delicious falafel dishes which are vegan or atleast vegetarian. Atleast among the young generation, there is also a largely growing number of vegans and vegetarians, and nowadays a wide variety of vegan substitute products is offered in supermarkets in Germany. Nowadays you can find a lot of vegan cheese, milk, yoghurt, sausages, patties etc. products in supermarkets that have gotten better and better over the years and are very delicious. Actually, german + vegan is probably the combination that eats the highest amount of bread, because bread is usually vegan as long as you don't put something non-vegan on it lol.
Neltons Little Sibling
Neltons Little Sibling 2 yıl önce
Honestly I learned a few things about my own country. 😅 I am really glad you mentioned the (still existing) differences between former east and west Germany. I think many Germans not even know about it... However I have to insist on one thing: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (or MV for short) is northern Germany! We aren't talking much especially not to strangers. Parts of the Bundesland once were Danish or Swedish. Some people do speak Plattdeutsch (even though the language is kinda going extinct). And according to statistics we are actually the drunken ones. And yes, there are rivalries between Mecklenburgern and Vorpommern. (edit: that seems to be a local thing...)
Nitoginko 2 yıl önce
I have to disagree. I’m from MV too and I’ve never ever heard somebody speaking Low German (Plattdeutsch). Maybe it’s more spoken in the western part? Haven’t been much there except for Schwerin and Wismar a few times. I also have never heard, that there are rivalries between Mecklenburgern and Vorpommern. In which part do you live? At least in LK Rostock and Rostock nobody I know ever mentioned that. But what you said about former East- and West Germany is right, I think. The younger generation doesn’t talk about it or mention it a lot, but many elderly people and the media sadly still divide Germany in that kind of way. And that we are talking less than other people from other federal states (on average) I think is also kinda true😄.
Neltons Little Sibling
Neltons Little Sibling 2 yıl önce
@Nitoginko It's nice to hear from someone from MV! :D I am from a small city near Rostock. My grandparents (and sometimes my father) speak Plattdeutsch. We also were taught in Kindergarten and some even in elementary school. Guess it's not like that everywhere. :D Those rivalries are nothing serious. It's more like joking around. I guess they exist because our city is part Mecklenburg and part Vorpommern. (I also noticed that only very few people think like that. It's nothing to worry about. Love for everyone.) You're right - younger people don't talk or think much about the differences. But they are still there. Former West and East Germany are still not equal. I think we (Germany) need more awareness on this topic.
Nitoginko 2 yıl önce
@Neltons Little Sibling Oh, cool! If you don’t mind, may I ask which city? I’m from Rostock and I’m interested in geography, so I’ll probably know it. (I don’t even know why I ask this. I’m just curious😅. If your city is too small and you don’t want it to tell on the internet, I understand that.) I think it’s because of me that I’ve never heard somebody speaking Platt. All of my grandparents didn’t grow up here, only my parents. And I don’t have much contact to any other elderly people. But I also never get it taught in my kindergarten. Probably because Rostock is a very big city, where also many students come to study. Or people, who want to work at the port, on a ship or also maybe at the military airport in Laage move to Rostock. Do you can speak Plattdeutsch? I wish I could speak it. I think it’s pretty cool to speak in a dialect and not just high German😄. I think one problem is, that people are not much aware of this topic is because of the school system. Regular schools teach the topics in history class chronological, that’s why GDR/FRG(=BRD) and the reunification are the last topics. Often they come up too short because of the time schedule (exam preparation and other stuff). Right know it’s even worse because of Corona and homeschooling. Also for me very nice to read from someone from Meck-Pomm! Didn’t expect under an English video, even if it is about Germany, meeting someone who lives that near to me😀.
Neltons Little Sibling
Neltons Little Sibling 2 yıl önce
@Nitoginko[edit: deleted the name of the city] I do understand Platt and I can read it. I can't speak fluently though. I think Platt is pretty cool because it's quite close to English. Maybe someday I will read "Harry Potter un de Wunnersteen" (HP und der Wunderstein, also Stein der Weisen). :D
Doto Siao
Doto Siao 8 aylar önce
I learned sooo much in this 15 min crash course. Thank you!!
Lynn DL
Lynn DL 2 yıl önce
I would love to visit Germany someday. It's a beautiful country ❤️Es ist ein sehr schönes Land (sorry if wrong grammar. I used Google translate)
Jalapeño Pepper
Jalapeño Pepper 2 yıl önce
Some words in Google translate are wrong. Just learn german from books. Also its Deutschland
Lynn DL
Lynn DL 2 yıl önce
@Jalapeño Pepper are you German?
Jalapeño Pepper
Jalapeño Pepper 2 yıl önce
@Lynn DL No, I learned German in Highschool. If you want to say "I love Germany", it's Ich liebe Deutschland
Gabriel Nauditt
Gabriel Nauditt Yıl önce
What she said was right and you're just mean.
Tobias Lachmann
Tobias Lachmann 9 aylar önce
I'm surprised but happy you mentioned the Sorbians🥳 I'd claim that even most of the Germans have not heard about them.
SaBa 3 aylar önce
I like the townhall of Kamenz very much 😉
M j
M j 3 yıl önce
Germany is a beautiful, amazing country with friendly people. You germans have ever so many reasons to be proud! Cheers from your little brother in the north, Schweden
Kollpapl 3 yıl önce
Hi Sweden bro
Dust Rider
Dust Rider 2 yıl önce
You guys have quite a nice country of your own! Wanna visit you one day, with my motorcycle. See ya and keep it up, Sweden :)
M j
M j 2 yıl önce
Dust Rider you are most welcome. I wish this coronasituation gets better soon. It makes travelling in Europe so much easier
Ehrenbruder🇩🇪🏍🏍🏍 2 yıl önce
@M j Sweden ♥️ Germany
Cyril Sneer
Cyril Sneer 2 yıl önce
But one big reason why we don't! We can only try make it better. And we constantly work on it and try to apologize! But/becouse some thinks u can't and shouldn't forget...
None None
None None 2 yıl önce
Very good video and is up to 95% correct. Some translations are wrong, but I think only a native tongue would see it... directly 😉 The german 3 finger thing is the way it is, because the kids all go to the Kindergarten and learn how to count. So even if you have another cultural background, every child visits a german Kindergarten and learns counting the same way as everybody else.
Sebastian Schader
Sebastian Schader Yıl önce
It's not even that every Bundesland has it's own dialects and traditions, but rather every 50km people may be completely different. I live on the right side of the rhine and it took me a while to get used to the dialect 5km across on the other side haha Every Bundesland has a ton of smaller regions that sometimes differ drastically from each other despite being neighbours
Sebastian Schader
Sebastian Schader Yıl önce
Also, don't call the whole of Baden-Württemberg Swabians because some people from there may throw rocks at you for that 😉
Scanida Yıl önce
@Sebastian Schader Dass Baden und Württemberg nicht ihre eigenen Bundesländer sind wie damals in der Weimarer Republik oder im Kaiserreich ist mir bis heute ein Rätsel…
Cupa Cartoon
Cupa Cartoon 14 gün önce
Germany is a very cool country and it's geography is very good. But Germany's borders seem smaller than last time I saw it's borders.
Rayn Boy
Rayn Boy Yıl önce
Everyone loves german! Mostly the foods and the culture 🌍❤🇩🇪
Raphael K
Raphael K Yıl önce
There have been no wild bears in Germany for more than 150 years . An exception is the bear "Bruno", which immigrated to Germany in May 2006 and was shot a few weeks later. The first free-ranging bear after 171 years.
Misted Mind
Misted Mind Yıl önce
BRUNO :( R.I.P....
Happy Maker
Happy Maker Yıl önce
Stephen Hawking's Beauty Wheelchair
Stephen Hawking's Beauty Wheelchair Yıl önce
We have wolves and lynx tho
Tanja B.
Tanja B. 3 aylar önce
Der arme Bär, die armen Wölfe und der dämliche Mensch!
Emily Lohmann
Emily Lohmann 4 yıl önce
..I'm German and I learned more about Germany from you than my Geography teacher teached me in my whole life
Axel Müller
Axel Müller 4 yıl önce
So true, even though I knew many things about Germany, because I learned them by myself. Just the Relations with Namibia and South korea were new to me. And the relations with US and Turkey,... I don't know
Axel Müller
Axel Müller 4 yıl önce
YourМилк sooo true 😂
CLhighlightsful 3 yıl önce
Luke Skywalker
Luke Skywalker 3 yıl önce
But you look like Chayniz Hapaniz a little
Libra boy
Libra boy 3 yıl önce
Arcos Fitness
Arcos Fitness 2 yıl önce
Love too Germany from Mexico and the US !!!
Republic of Turkey
Republic of Turkey 2 yıl önce
Deutschland ist das schönste Land welches existiert! 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪
Ink Yıl önce
We didn't started ww1 just research 😁
USABall Yıl önce
@Ink What does that have to do with anything that relates to this Comment.
Mr.Westpark 8 aylar önce
Viva mexico from germany🇲🇽
TobiskaterCo 2 yıl önce
This video is very well made and has a lot of correct knowledge in it! Thank you! Even me as a german can learn something here :D
Jesus Christus
Jesus Christus 4 aylar önce
Time for an updated Germany Episode. We deserve a 30+ min aswell.
Kaefer1973 Yıl önce
The lines between these 5 cultural areas named in this video can be a bit blurry. Mecklemburg-Vormpommern for example is culturally a hybrid between East and North Germany, since their long coast lines naturally set them apart from the land locked other east German states, and led to a similar fishing, shipping and coastal tourism focused culture as found in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein.
Henning Bartels
Henning Bartels Yıl önce
You can explain your concept while standing in pine forest on the border of Mecklenburg-Vormpommern and Brandenburg. This is only a very abstract concept to divide Germany in subregions. No foreigner will tell apart the Harz mountains and their tourism in Saxony-Anhalt from those in Lower Saxony.
中立 11 aylar önce
Sewwfffyhjijui 6 aylar önce
They were good friends during WW2 with Italy too
Indigo 4 yıl önce
“Germany would kind of be like the dad that reconciled with his kids, just got out of rehab, and is taking his new life very seriously.” I love this so much.
Raymond van Niekerk
Raymond van Niekerk Yıl önce
The country in Westen Europe that I have visited least - I tended to head more south for sunny summer holidays. That said, I do love Berlin. Amazing city.
Bordias 2 yıl önce
Kinda sad they cannot show pride for their country anymore. Germany is a great country despite their dark past. Cheers from France ♥
Thomas Nimmesgern
Thomas Nimmesgern 11 aylar önce
7:08 The colouring scheme is well wrought. The main colours correspond to the colours of the German flag Black, Red, and Golden (which is often represented by bold yellow). The three smaller stripes in black and grey also resemble the colours of the German flag - think of the colours Black, Red, and Golden printed in a grey scale.
Sepp 2 yıl önce
As an Bavarian I love that everyone in other country’s interpreted German culture with Bavarian culture
Ben 2 yıl önce
isso, i mag das ich garnet kp wie man das da macht, ich bin Sachse
Paula 8 aylar önce
Germany explained. It’s great! Couldn’t have mad a better video to sum up Germany ❤️
Elon Mush
Elon Mush 4 yıl önce
Fun fact: "Lower" does not mean "more south" but it literally means lower located land - in contrast to land that lies higher.
SELBLINK in your area
SELBLINK in your area 4 yıl önce
Danke für die Erklärung, so genau wusste ich das noch gar nicht!
Pestarzt 4 yıl önce
Boah danke, das versuch ich den Leuten immer zuerklären
SalsaProductions 4 yıl önce
Low german is simuliar to Dutch
Andreas Schäfer
Andreas Schäfer 4 yıl önce
Kinda like Niederbayern ("lower Bavaria") is north of Oberbayern ("upper Bavaria") because Oberbayern has the alps and is therefore mostly on higher ground
gdf dsd
gdf dsd 4 yıl önce
also german maps used to be the other way around, pointing towards rome... which also would explain why all lowers are more north??
HeavyWrist12 2 yıl önce
Love you Germany from USA 🇺🇸❤️🇩🇪. I hope to visit sometime in the next year or two when Covid ends. Does anyone here know some cools things to try or places to visit there?
Carolin Lachance
Carolin Lachance 2 yıl önce
Depends a bit on your taste and what you're interested in. Germany has a large variety of landscape, I personally absolutely love the Mosel and Rhine valleys (Germany's wine area) with the oldest German city, Trier. The Mosel valley in particular has dozens of beautiful tiny villages (with like 1000 - 10000 inhabitants each) all along the river, every one of which has its own yearly wine festival, and if you tried to stop at every wine shop to drink one glass, you wouldn't even get two towns far. Oh, and there's tons and tons of small medieval castles in those mountains, too, as well as a Roman bath in the Rhine area. So, if you like wine and stunning landscapes, I can recommend the Mosel area. For beer and landscape, it's Bavaria lol. Bavaria also has Rothenburg ob der Tauber, a village so picturesque that WW2 ended 3 weeks early there because the American high commissioner prevented the planned bombing to preserve that fairytale medieval town. The North with the Wadden Sea has a special place in my heart. It has a rough beauty, and I love going on wadden cart trips (horse carriages that go around the Wadden Sea during low tide). It's mostly a family holiday destiny though, from what I can tell. More relaxing than activity-focussed. For history, there's honestly a bit too much even in Berlin alone. Berlin has much to offer concerning more recent history, with the Holocaust monument, the Berlin Wall and so on. If you visit Berlin, I can recommend a day in the neighboring city of Potsdam, a way more beautiful city than Berlin, with the palace Sanssouci. For more ancient history, the area south of the Rhine is great, Cologne and the above mentioned Trier were founded by the Romans and have lots of sights to visit. Whatever you plan - try the bread. No joke. I cannot leave Germany for more than a week without starving for German bread. No clue about beer, but THAT BREAD MAN :D
HeavyWrist12 2 yıl önce
@Carolin Lachance Thanks for the advice 😊. It will be a bit before I can even think of going, but I am thankful for the advice. I love learning about new countries and Germany seems to be one of the most accepting and fun countries to check out. I also just love German words because there is basically a word for everything. Can't wait to go thanks a lot. 😁🤟
Saukerl 2 yıl önce
BasementEngineer 2 yıl önce
You may wish to check out the oldest operating business in the world. It is a vineyard in the Rhine valley that has been in operation since about 800 AD, the times of Charlemagne, whose real name was Karl der Grosse (Charles the Great). I myself couldn't believe it when I read about it. The next oldest one is in Austria, from approximately the same time period. Both businesses began as monasteries; these provided room and board for the travellers at that time and, of course wine, since this was the only safe liquid to for travellers to drink at that time. Beer also was in this safe category and more typical in Bavaria. Not sure where I read about this; it may very well have been a TRshow channel, which listed many other and very old businesses.
The Only Julian
The Only Julian Yıl önce
Go to Frankfurt. Or to West Germany. Actually, when you love Mountain, go to South Germany. Wenn you love beach. Go to north Germany. The West is with many cities. And ost Germany, I don't know xD
mimo schmidt
mimo schmidt Yıl önce
Love the content. As a german i can state there are no bears in this country. Looked it up and just so happend there used to be some populations back in the 17th century, all of them were shot. But we have some delightful wolf populations back which were also shot way back in the day, before germany existed.
Beyond Notes
Beyond Notes Aylar önce
We love you Germany , from India ❤️
Daniel Groß
Daniel Groß Yıl önce
To be honest... I have never ever ever laughed that hard about a description about my home country... And that is not meant bad. Especially the german history in a nutshell was simply unbelievably genious... Wars, wars, battles, battles... That sums it up quite great😂 Thx for this great 15min about what i love... My homecountry
Jakob Yıl önce
Very good video! but Charlemagne can certainly be called German, since he spoke a Germanic language and not a Celtic or Romanic one, and since the Franks originally came largely from present-day German regions. In addition, the city that was later his main residence is Aachen in Germany. Moreover, under Charlemagne, the Frankish Empire split among his grandchildren into the states that are today France, Germany and the Baltic states.
Geography Now
Geography Now 6 yıl önce
2 mistakes in the Germany episode: It's spelled "Wirtschaftswunder" and Mein Kampf is not illegal anymore, it actually became a best seller when the ban was abolished. I fixed it with annotations in the video, and will mention it in Flag Friday, Otherwise.....Carry on #Mistakes #WeAllMakethem #IwantaTacoRightNow
Eternal Virgin
Eternal Virgin 6 yıl önce
Geography Now could you do an Episode on Kurdistan and this Easter do Easter Island
Sebstainability 6 yıl önce
I'm from Ghana (Accra) and would love to give you any information and insight you might want for the next video! We're a country with a rich history and I want to help make sure you get the opportunity to get insight from a true Ghanaian :D message me either here on Facebook or wherever! :) hope to hear from you Barby!
Davis Linkaits
Davis Linkaits 6 yıl önce
Geography Now also you pronounced Michael Schumacher wrong. You pronounce macher as maker you pronounce it as maher. And the a doesn't make an eiiiigh sound
Valar Morghulis
Valar Morghulis 6 yıl önce
there's more: it's "mehrdeutig" not "mehrdrutig", and it's "Backpfeiffengesicht" not "Backfiefengesicht"
Aureliano Buendia
Aureliano Buendia 6 yıl önce
Mein Kampf never was illegal. The publishing rights were owned by Bavaria and they chose to never publish it until it became public domain last year.
Leque dicat samarge
Leque dicat samarge 2 yıl önce
Wow. That‘s about as much information on Germany as you are being tought in German schools squeezed into 15 minutes. Of course there is a lot of details to dive into, but I had a good chuckle when you squeezed about 1500 years of history into 30 seconds. Great job, very enjoyable
Stateira Parsi
Stateira Parsi Yıl önce
We Persians love Germany :) 🇮🇷❤️🇩🇪
Stateira Parsi
Stateira Parsi Yıl önce
@Y K I am well acquainted with German history, Germans are great people. Never confuse governments and regimes with the people of a country. Many modern inventions were invented by the Germans.
Stateira Parsi
Stateira Parsi Yıl önce
Ab cd Yes, I am Persian (Parsi). Persian is the Latin form of Parsi :)
Stateira Parsi
Stateira Parsi Yıl önce
Ab cd I know :) We love our Persian brothers and sisters in India. And we also love India. The Parsis (Persians) have made considerable contributions to the history and development of India, all the more remarkable considering their small numbers. Particularly notable Parsis in the fields of science and industry.
Reaper of the year i
Reaper of the year i Yıl önce
@Y K didn't British and Soviets did the same thing as well ? And also don't forget that Iran was neutral during ww2 but got invaded by Soviets and British only because of what they called simping for Germany
ابو القاسم
ابو القاسم Yıl önce
@Y K they did not kill anyone Don’t blame today’s generation on the fault of their ancestors Besides France and Britain also made a lot of mistakes but they did them in Africa and Asia that is why nobody cares
RABI3 7 aylar önce
i love how simply you presented germany to us (we, not united states xd)
KitKatRBM Aylar önce
I love how germany after WW2 built up from the rubble, United with each other, made friends and became a beloved country and is a famous one.
X2017 9 aylar önce
For German History for me these are the best books. 1. „ Diplomacy“ by Henry Kissinger 2. Europe - Struggle for supremacy by Brendan Simms
Anna A
Anna A 4 yıl önce
I’m from Sweden and I have always thought that Germany-Sweden has a close bond. Our languages have a lot in common, we like things to be organized, a lot of germans have summerhouses in Sweden (or has that changed?), and I know that you have a great interest in our royal family, we love / buy your cars (even more than we buy Volvo actually), we travel to Germany a lot (take the ferries in the south of Sweden), and so on. Am I wrong?
dagda3000 4 yıl önce
Germans usually like Sweden and romanticize the Swedish summer. However, Sweden is starting to get a bad reputation because of your crazy feminist policies.
Anna A
Anna A 4 yıl önce
Crazy feminist policies?! 😯
japascho 4 yıl önce
we germans love you so much, your like the prom queen that we dont dare to talk to so often :)
Entchen 4 yıl önce
Don't know about Germans in general, but I love Sweden so much. The countryside, culture/people and most of all the language. To me it sounds a bit like German but more adorable :D
Paul 4 yıl önce
You‘re right
Aric Lipscomb
Aric Lipscomb 3 aylar önce
As an American, I have melted into the pot as far as genetics. I do however, identify as having mostly German heritage. I am fortunate to still have German speaking, close relatives. I recently began speaking to one who lives there and plan to visit one day.
Esther F.
Esther F. 2 yıl önce
I like it how he spelled "Backpfeifengesicht" as "Backfiefengesicht" and "Wirtschaftswunder" as "Wierschaftswunder". Kind of brings it to the point that german is a difficult language lol. I would hate it to learn german as my second language. I heard so many stories about how difficult it is to learn later in life.
Flamwolfz 8 aylar önce
Always enjoy your videos. Humor along the way is great. (And good with helping me with my Geography Exams)
Samuel Matheis
Samuel Matheis 2 yıl önce
great profile about germany! i believe, lower means that it is hightwise lower. same with upper bavaria with the alps and lower bavaria without alps. guys from notgermany, we dont experience intense tornados and thunderstorms. :-) mehrdrutig is actually mehrdeutig. interesting point: the schwarzwald is also the startingpoint of the danube and the river ends in the schwarzen meer. this river seems to be more layed back flowing than this rapid video. anyways, this video is so good, it provides teachings for germans.
Lebensgott Yıl önce
it is so nice to come back to this video and get reminded of the nice things in the country...
Tycho Wozniaki
Tycho Wozniaki 4 yıl önce
You forgot about the most annoying stereotype: THAT WE ARE SCREAMING ALL THE TIME!!! YOU KNOW, WE CAN TALK NORMALLY IN GERMAN.
Leonard Ovchinikov
Leonard Ovchinikov 4 yıl önce
Hyiras 4 yıl önce
Leninod 4 yıl önce
Phiseal 4 yıl önce
That stereotype was actually used in the video all the time.
ansh0133 4 yıl önce
you _caann_ being the key word here I: I
SSN Yıl önce
I am American with a quarter Swiss and a quarter German descent and I am extremely proud to be German after watching this video! I wish my smart and kind Prince Charming would just show up in my life and love and appreciate me for ME with my Swiss and German ancestry because I have so much to offer and I wish he could just realize it for once... I want him to think, "WOW! This girl is beautiful, smart, kind, amazing! I finally found my dream girl who is both Swiss and German!" Seriously, how could a smart and handsome guy not fall in love with me? He should absolutely LOVE, appreciate, and be grateful because if I was a guy who found that, I 100% absolutely would!
jynx0riZ0r Yıl önce
German here: Great summary. Thank you very much. Fun fact: Another somewhat funny stereotype is that it is a high praise if a German says "Da gibt es nichts zu meckern.", because you can be sure that he did search for something bad to point out. If you have any further questions about Germany, feel free to ask.
V Yıl önce
nid gmeckkert isch gnug gelobt!
insane fishing bastards
insane fishing bastards Yıl önce
This comment might come a few years to late, but it was nice to see you picked the picture of the Realschule from my little hometown Abensberg located in Lower Bavaria and which I attended myself some 20+ years ago. 😍
Whiteknuckle157 2 yıl önce
The most comprehensive and complete description of Germany in the shortest possible time I have ever experienced. Great! Two things I like to mention though: There are no (free roaming) bears in Germany. Also you can legally possess Mein Kampf. As far as I know you cannot print, buy or sell it, for legal/copyright reasons, with the exception of a commented version.
Flo L.
Flo L. Yıl önce
Damn you really made me feel proud to be a german, great Video💯 Tbh i also didnt know some facts you mentioned
Niels Busch
Niels Busch 6 yıl önce
Shout outs to Germany for being awesome! Greetings from Denmark :)
konnoxx 6 yıl önce
yay, and back to you :) the best Feeling ever is to feel united with others.
dsanxcz 6 yıl önce
Niller B tak min ven
Franek Oli
Franek Oli 6 yıl önce
Niller B 🤙🏻
Lina Jürgensen
Lina Jürgensen 4 yıl önce
Love you Denmark!😊 from Schleswig-Holstein!😊
GaslitWorld f. Melissa B
GaslitWorld f. Melissa B 4 yıl önce
Arguably, the greatest post-war comeback ever and being able to combine Capitalism and Socialism and still have a very high quality of life, with education and health as top priorities - wow. I hope the can keep it up and slow down the tide of immigration or they will implode trying to support the impoverished. Jobs will continue to grow scarce with robotics, AI and automation.
Cha Neo
Cha Neo Yıl önce
Germany's marine area is very small. So, the combined area of territorial and marine areas is smaller than that of South Korea. Germany territory 350,000 + EEZ 60,000= 410,000 sq km South Korea territory 100,000 + EEZ 430,000= 530,000 sq km
tobias bu
tobias bu Yıl önce
Greetings from Northern Germany. Great video. Your German language is great and a bit funny. Keep it up
Frau W. Niemand
Frau W. Niemand 9 aylar önce
This is just so much information in so small time. Amazing video. Congrats.
A 18 gün önce
Thanks of speaking so positive of my country! Im Bavarian
ratinyourspaghetti 4 aylar önce
Hopefully after I finish watching this video I’ll learn a lot of Germany’s culture and history so that I can finally finish the world building for my fantasy novel (it’s going to be held in a country based of Germany)
Wulfi 4 yıl önce
hey i m from russia! i love germany i was there and really liked it. germans are freindly and smart i hope russia and germany can be better friends soon
Phan David Zimmermann
Phan David Zimmermann 4 yıl önce
Rusia is beser san se Tschechische Republik
Jonas 4 yıl önce
Wulfi me too. It's kind of like a life's task for me to make that happen. Speaking for me, russians are always welcome in my city (Hamburg). I hope one day i will be in St. Petersburg to speak to the russian people as a brother. On the other hand, I have to crush your dreams about the german kindness a bit. I have met two russian germans when i was in hospital. They said they can hardly make any friends here and i totally believe them. Germans are super friendly on first sight. But honestly, when you get to know them closer.. :/ speaking of things like neighborhood deeds, helping each other out, being open about feelings.. it's not what it seems. But don't worry, i will clean this mess up and make it worth a russian friendship. Germanic and slavic countries need to be brothers and sisters. Much love from the north
Bergziege 4 yıl önce
Wulfi Karjala takas Karjala takas! Lol 🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮sorry
Flasheyyy 4 yıl önce
stop cheating in counterstrike that would be a good start
Wulfi 4 yıl önce
i m not even playing cs ^^ damn racist
ohsosmooth01 Yıl önce
I'd be interested in knowing what an early 20th century history lesson looks (or feels) like in a German school. I bet they don't do what we do, ignore the bad parts and overly celebrate the mediocre, because there's not a lot of good.
Fynn Iron
Fynn Iron Yıl önce
Hi man. Great video ! But there's one little-big thing missing ! Germany also hosts the largest Heavy-Metal Open Air Festival in the world - aka WOA. Situated around the tiny little village of Wacken (1800 inhabitants) it gives an annually home to 80,000 metalheads from all over the globe in the first weekend of august.
Lasse Lammert
Lasse Lammert 8 gün önce
Rather informative and accurate video, thank you!
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görünümler 3,3 Mn
Teşkilat 76. Bölüm Fragmanı @TeskilatTRT
görünümler 1,2 Mn
50.000 kez açılıp kapanan bilgisayar!
görünümler 114 B
Geography Now! North Korea (DPRK)
Geography Now
görünümler 6 Mn
Geography Now! RUSSIA
Geography Now
görünümler 4,7 Mn
Geography Now! China
Geography Now
görünümler 6 Mn
Geography Now
görünümler 421 B
Geography Now! Finland
Geography Now
görünümler 3,2 Mn
Geography Now! NORWAY
Geography Now
görünümler 2,5 Mn
Geography Now! France
Geography Now
görünümler 3,5 Mn
Geography Now! MONACO
Geography Now
görünümler 2,1 Mn
Teşkilat 76. Bölüm Fragmanı @TeskilatTRT