30 Things That Show How Germany Is Different From Any Other Country

Has anyone been to Germany? So you realized how Germany is different from any other country. Here are 30 things to see Germany’s differences from any other country.

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1. A German Circus Is Using Holograms Instead Of Live Animals For A Cruelty-Free Magical Experience. And It’s Cool


Wuppertal Suspension Railway In Germany

It is the oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars in the world and is a unique system in Germany.

Designed by Eugen Langen and offered first to the cities of Berlin, Munich, and Breslau who all turned it down, the installation with elevated stations was built in Barmen, Elberfeld, and Vohwinkel between 1897 and 1903; the first track opened in 1901. The railway line is credited with the growth of the original cities and their eventual merger into Wuppertal. The Schwebebahn is still in use as a normal means of local public transport, moving 25 million passengers annually, per the 2008 annual report. New rail cars were ordered in 2015, called Generation 15, and the first new car went into service in December 2016.


2. Instead Of A Bible, This German Hotel Leaves A Copy Of The UN’s Declaration Of Human Rights


3. German Olympic Gymnasts Fight Against Sexualisation Of Women By Wearing Unitards For The First Time

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4. When Traffic Comes To A Complete Stop In Germany, The Drivers, (By Law) Must Move Towards The Edge Of Each Side To Create An Open Lane For Emergency Vehicles

Achim Engel

5. In April, Cherry Blossoms Bloom In Germany. Gifted By Japan After The Reunification


6. Tampons In Germany Have A Normal 19% VAT, Books Only 7%. So Tampons Are Sold As A Book With The Great Slogan “Stop Taxing Periods. Period”


7. This Is The ‘Neustadt Kunsthofpassage’ A Building In Germany That Plays Music When It Rains


8. A German City Has Installed A Number Of Pods For Homeless People Fitted With Thermal Insulation To Sleep In


9. Rakotzbrücke Devil’s Bridge, Germany


10. The Technical University Of Munich, Germany Has Slides On The 4th Floor If You Didn’t Feel Like Taking The Stairs