11 Awesome German Things

Since their outstanding World Cup victory, it’s time a little light was shed on the other amazing things Germany has contributed to. Whether it be changing the face of Christmastime, or creating astounding X-ray technology, Germany has a substantial place in the history of inventions. All of us other countries have a lot to thank Germany for, even if they kicked us out of the FIFA tournament. Here are some typical awesome things that the country is known for.

11 Awesome German Things

By Hayo Magazine

In light of the World Cup, here are some other things the Germans are winning at.

  • Sauerkraut

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    You can’t even pretend like you hate this stuff. With Vitamin C, probiotics, and plenty of fibre, the Germans have got this one all figured out.

  • Christmas Trees

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    The Germans reeeally love their Christmas, even back in the 15th century.

  • Lederhosen/Dirndl

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    You won't go far in Germany without encountering these traditional clothes.

  • Bratwurst

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    Cancel out the health benefits of the sauerkraut with this side-dish.

  • BMW

    By Hayo Magazine

    With headquarters in Munich, these German-made cars have become known as some of the best. They were made for the autobahn.

  • Toothpaste

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    We all have the Germans to thank for fresh breath and close conversations.

  • Oktoberfest

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    Cheers to a month-long friendship with your liver.

  • Theory of Relativity

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    How someone thought this up is simply beyond me. Kudos to Einstein (and Germany) for doing all the hard work for us.

  • Schnitzel

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    This dish is equally fun to eat as it is to say. (You just said "schnitzel" out loud, didn't you?)

  • Porsche

    By Hayo Magazine

    Just in case BMW isn't your type, the Germans have created even more speedy, delicious options for you to choose from.

  • The World Cup Trophy

    By Hayo Magazine

    After winning over Argentina, the whole country is now entering party mode for the next four years. Well done, Germany!

Lindsay Dykman
Lindsay Dykman

Recent graduate in three degrees: communications, psychology, and volleyball. Author of non-fiction writing but admirer of fiction reading.

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