What country borders the south of Germany?

What countries surround Germany?

Germany today borders more countries than any other state in Europe, coming in contact with Denmark to the north, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, and France to the west, Switzerland and Austria to the south, and the Czech Republic and Poland to the east.

Which country is nearest to Germany?

Germany is the seventh-largest country in Europe; bordering Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria to the southeast, and Switzerland to the south-southwest. France, Luxembourg and Belgium are situated to the west, with the Netherlands to the northwest.

Does Germany share a border with Italy?

Despite the participation of Italy as an ally of Germany in the Second World War, the border was not modified by the peace treaty signed in 1947. This border has the particularity of being the first “mobile border,” recognised as such, in the world.

What cities are in SouthWest Germany?

SouthWest’s seven major cities range from urban metropolises like modern Mannheim, Karlsruhe and Stuttgart to the smaller, more intimate cities such as Freiburg, Heidelberg, Constance and the resort city of Baden-Baden. Smaller resort towns include Badenweiler, Friedrichshafen and Meersburg on the Bodensee.

Where is the Bavarian region of Germany?

Location. Bavaria, home to nearly 13 million inhabitants, is located in the southeast of Germany and is the largest of the 16 federal states of Germany. Bavaria covers almost one-fifth of the total land area of Germany and has an area of 70,548 square kilometers (27,200 squaremiles).

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