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Germany is a country in west-central Europe, that stretches from the Alps, across the North European Plain to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea Germany has the second largest population in Europe (after the European part of Russia) and is seventh largest in area The territory of Germany covers 357,021 km 2 (137,847 sq mi), consisting of 349,223 km 2 (134,836 sq mi) of land and 7,798 km 2
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German Cities: Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Cologne and Stuttgart are some of the major cities of Germany Berlin is the capital city and Frankfurt is the business center of Europe
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The largest national economy in Europe, Germany is a federal parliamentary republic located in western-central part of the continent It is officially known as the Federal Republic of Germany and has a population of 82,665,600, as of June 2017
- Ski jumping - Wikipedia
Like most of the Nordic skiing disciplines, the first ski jumping competitions were held in Norway in the 19th century, although there is evidence of ski jumping in the late 18th century The recorded origins of the first ski jump trace back to 1808, when Olaf Rye reached 9 5 m (31 ft) Sondre Norheim, who is regarded as the "father" of the modern ski jumping, won the first-ever ski jumping