Just like in America, theater, art, and literature are a large part of Germany's culture. This link takes you on a journey through the modern Literature, art, and music of Germany. Germany has many modern art museums within it's borders, you might actually be surprised how many there are. I chose this topic in particular because I am an artist and also very passionate about reading.
This website is very descriptive about what Germans eat and their table manners. I chose this because culture is often shown in food. Like we have our Bacon and eggs for breakfast, Wurst (sausage) and Käse (cheese). Germany, like America has all different kinds of foods that show so much about the country and how things are run there.
This link is all about the laws of Germany! Visit this site to find out how the laws work in Germany and all the funky, crazy laws that all countries have. As I hope to go to law school one day I decided to include the Laws of Germany in my E-link! According to this trustworthy website Germany classifies a hate crime as harassment, intimidation, or physical violence that is motivated by a bias against characteristics of the victim considered integral to his social identity, such as his race, ethnicity, or religion. Some relatively broad hate-crime laws also include sexual orientation and mental or physical disability among the characteristics that define a hate crime." Visit this website to find out more about Hate crimes, and other crimes in Germany, how they are dealt with, and how they are classified.
I thought this Link was very interesting, it only seems logical to include Germany's traditions in an E-link all about Germany, right? This website includes tons of information about Germany's traditions such as Oktoberfest and All Saints Day. I thought that this link was very attention grabbing because Germany has many unique traditions and festival. The website even contains contact info and such if you have questions, the author also seems to be an expert on the topic of German culture,
This link is all about the beautiful physical geography of Germany. I was extremely baffled about this because the land is simply breathtaking in Germany and was part of the reason I chose to learn about Germany in the first place. This link provides great information about the Rhine River and items of land that are connected to it, i'm personally fascinated with this river and hope to learn more about it soon. The website even includes photo credit and was last updated on April, 7th, 2017.
This website touches on the political side of Germany, explaining in depth how it works and the different branches of the system. I thought it was really interesting how Germany has 6 branches The Executive The Bundestag The Bundesrat Political Parties The Judiciary The Länder all with their own requirements. I thought it was important to include Germany's Political system in an E-link all about Germany it just seemed logical to me because I had no prior knowledge about Germany's Political system and this website helps me understand it better. The website was last updated on February 13th this year! The website even has contact info for the author. I think that this is an amazing website to find information about Germany from because it's creditable and helps people who don't understand Germany's political system very well, understand it.
This website includes descriptions of the environment and landmarks that are important to the country's citizens as well as mentions of the capitol of Germany and important information about it's culture. while I was looking through this article, I noticed that a big part of Germany's history, the Berlin Wall, was only mentioned briefly. I chose this website because Britannica is a very trustworthy source and it has been updated on March 20th this year. This website goes into Germany's history and involvement in wars, it's economy, it's environment, the culture, and a little bit on it's political system as well as it's location within Europe.