Germany is a big country. It is ranked number two in Europe in terms of population. According to territory, seven other European countries rank ahead of it.

I have not been to Germany, but as far as I can tell from the media and the Internet, it is quite a developed and rich country in so many respects.

Germany is of particular interest to tourists. In the rating of popularity among tourists this country is number three (among the European countries). There is really something to visit and what to see there. These are castles, many of which are architectural masterpieces, luxurious palaces, churches, numerous museums and art galleries. Festivals of all kinds are very popular, the most famous of which is the Beer Festival. The fact that each year it gathers about six million people speaks for itself.

As I have already mentioned, Germany is a rich country. What I mean is not only the economy and the people’s living standards, but also the heritage left by the great people native to this country. Their contributions are great, not only at the national level, but also around the world. They were the composers Beethoven and Bach, the writers Goethe, Schiller, the Brothers Grimm and Remarque. I can’t but mention Einstein who made his name not only as a scientist, but also as a humanist. And such names as Hertz, Ohm, Röntgen, Fahrenheit, and Petri are known to every high school student.