Germany on world map
Germany map in world map. Germany on world map (Western Europe - Europe) to print. Germany on world map (Western Europe - Europe) to download. Germany has the world fourth largest economy by nominal GDP and the fifth largest by purchasing power parity as its shown in Germany on world map. It is the second largest exporter and third largest importer of goods. The country has developed a very high standard of living and a comprehensive system of social security. Germany has been the home of many influential scientists and inventors, and is known for its cultural and political history.
Germany is in Western and Central Europe, bordering Denmark in the north, Poland and the Czech Republic in the east, Austria and Switzerland in the south, France and Luxembourg in the south-west, and Belgium and the Netherlands in the north-west. It lies mostly between latitudes 47° and 55° N (the tip of Sylt is just north of 55°), and longitudes 5° and 16° E. The territory covers 357,021 km2 (137,847 sq mi), consisting of 349,223 km2 (134,836 sq mi) of land and 7,798 km2 (3,011 sq mi) of water as its mentioned in Germany on world map. It is the seventh largest country by area in Europe and the 62nd largest in the world.
The national parks in Germany include the Wadden Sea National Parks, the Jasmund National Park, the Vorpommern Lagoon Area National Park, the Müritz National Park, the Lower Oder Valley National Park, the Harz National Park, the Saxon Switzerland National Park and the Bavarian Forest National Park. More than 400 registered zoos and animal parks operate in Germany, which is believed to be the largest number in any country as you can see in Germany on world map. The Zoologische Garten Berlin is the oldest zoo in Germany and presents the most comprehensive collection of species in the world.
The development policy of the Federal Republic of Germany is an independent area of German foreign policy as its shown in Germany on world map. It is formulated by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and carried out by the implementing organisations. The German government sees development policy as a joint responsibility of the international community. It is the world third biggest aid donor after the United States and France.