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If Germany’s Nature Could Speak, This Is What It Might Say; Smithsonian Magazine

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Spectacular destinations across the country offer visitors a world-class natural education…

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Germany’s most historic sights; Ella Buchan; MSN

Germany has seen all forms of human and natural history, and its landscapes and cities still have many of those stories on display. There are sites bearing witness to the first humans arriving on the continent of Europe, soaring places of worship and architectural achievements that have influenced the rest of the world. From monuments to mudflats, here are some of the most historic sites in Germany according to the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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27 majestic forests for nature lovers to explore; MSN

Germany – Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe

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27 majestic forests for nature lovers to explore; MSN

Germany – Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe

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The National Parks of Germany; Victor Kiprop; WorldAtlas

Germany – Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe

Germany is home to 16 unique national parks.

Germany is an ecologically diverse country. The sixteen federal states exhibit diverse dialects, culture, and cuisines. The national parks of Germany offer the opportunity to explore the fascinating natural environment of the country. They are considered an integral part of the national heritage and protected under Article 24 para.1 of the Federal Nature Conservation Act. The parks and the animals within them are protected from harm due to human activities such as encroachment, destruction of their habitat and poaching.

16. Jasmund National Park

Jasmund National Park is located in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It was established in September 1990 and covers an area of approximately 12 sqm, and is the smallest park in the country. The park is home to the largest chalk cliffs in the country; the Königsstuhl.

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