• Should Roy Moore Move To Germany?

    The age of consent is 14 there
    The age of consent is 14 there
    8 answers · Other - Germany · 1 week ago
  • Confused about place(s) in Germany? Löwenstein, Baden-Württemberg, Germany? 🇩🇪?

    Best answer: Kleinheubach is located near the quadripoint of Württemberg, Hesse, Baden, and Franconia. For a longer or shorter period it has been ruled by each of them. Baden and Württemberg are forming a double-state now, Franconia meanwhile has become a part of Bavaria. Moreover, the place is located near the changeful... show more
    Best answer: Kleinheubach is located near the quadripoint of Württemberg, Hesse, Baden, and Franconia. For a longer or shorter period it has been ruled by each of them. Baden and Württemberg are forming a double-state now, Franconia meanwhile has become a part of Bavaria.
    Moreover, the place is located near the changeful borderline between Lutheran and Catholic areas.

    Löwenstein, now in the District of Heilbronn, was owned by a Württembergian count (Grafschaft / Gft.).
    Kleinheubach was associated with Wertheim, when Wertheim became a possession of the Löwenstein counts. In that time, the Lutheran Reformation was implemented at the place.

    In 1612, the Bishop of Würzburg annected the rural Löwenstein-Wertheim possessions and a recatholisation began in Kleinheubach.

    Though later the place came under Badensian and Hessian rule for some time, it mostly remained associated with Würzburg to this very day.
    In 1815, the region became the northwesternmost part of Bavaria. The district is now called Unterfranken (Lower Franconia), Würzburg is the capital of the district.
    People who hail from Kleinheubach are Franconians, and not all of them love to be called Bavarians.

    Heubach (Hassberge) is a different place.
    4 answers · Other - Germany · 1 week ago
  • Is it true that there is a city called Hamburger and a city called Hot Dog?

    Best answer: There's a city called Hamburg, and a person from this city would be known as a 'Hamburger' in German.

    Never heard of a city called Hot Dog, although there are two Frankfurts in Germany, and anyone from either of those would be called a 'Frankfurter' in German.
    Best answer: There's a city called Hamburg, and a person from this city would be known as a 'Hamburger' in German.

    Never heard of a city called Hot Dog, although there are two Frankfurts in Germany, and anyone from either of those would be called a 'Frankfurter' in German.
    4 answers · Hamburg · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to come to Europe but i'm so offended about racism!!?

    I know there are a lot of refugees and dumb migrants there but i'm a medical student and educated.Is there any possibility for me to hear racist comments because of my non_white skin??Cause i'm olive skinned.... And i'm a woman,will i be safe there?
    I know there are a lot of refugees and dumb migrants there but i'm a medical student and educated.Is there any possibility for me to hear racist comments because of my non_white skin??Cause i'm olive skinned.... And i'm a woman,will i be safe there?
    5 answers · Berlin · 4 weeks ago
  • Advice on a 19yr old driving along German autobahns for their first time on the right side of the road approx 2h road trips :) :)?

    Best answer: For the driving itself - well, depending on the time of day, around Munich, you'll be mostly standing :-) Aside of that: - in a lot of cases, the Autobahn will have a posted (maximum!) speed limit - Autobahn has several lanes, try to stay in the rightmost possible lane (actually, the law states that you may... show more
    Best answer: For the driving itself - well, depending on the time of day, around Munich, you'll be mostly standing :-)
    Aside of that:
    - in a lot of cases, the Autobahn will have a posted (maximum!) speed limit
    - Autobahn has several lanes, try to stay in the rightmost possible lane (actually, the law states that you may only use any other lane except for the rightmost when you're overtaking)
    - fuel is expensive, especially when you're from Oz or the US, and if you don't fillup the car before you give it back, you'll have to pay the rental company a ridiculous price for the fuel (smll print in you contract)
    - going over the speed limit is cheap in Germany :-(
    - if you're in a jam, be prepared (or better, just do it) to open up a "Rettungsgasse" (rescue path) for emergency vehicles. Drastic sanctions for failing to do so have just been introduced. Basic rule (currently) is that the vehicles on the leftmost lane should pull out to the left (middle barrier), everyone else should pull to the right: https://youtu.be/WfiLITNZudE . Should you get the idea of e.g. using that path to follow (or precede) the emergency vehicles or drive against the flow back in it - just don't. Your stay in Germany in that case might be less pleasant and a bit longer than you originally intended.

    As for the car - make sure you get a reservation from Germany, and to tell them your age and for how long you have your licence. Most rental companies have restrictions for younger and/or inexperienced drivers.
    6 answers · Munich · 1 month ago
  • Is it possible to find a part-time student job in Germany with limited German skills?

    I m doing a master s program in Bonn Germany and do not speak German very well. My native language is english and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to get a part-time job. Any suggestions help!
    I m doing a master s program in Bonn Germany and do not speak German very well. My native language is english and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to get a part-time job. Any suggestions help!
    5 answers · Other - Germany · 1 month ago
  • Are most Germans today stupid, and been communist for too many Generations like n korea, to re-elect Merkel aka Hillary for a 4th term?

    Or just controlled? Merkel is exactly like Hillary. A pro communist, marxist/socialist. Open borders to muslims, and wears those kim jong un pant suits. Merkel is best friends with Obama too, and very liberal/Democratic. .
    Or just controlled? Merkel is exactly like Hillary. A pro communist, marxist/socialist. Open borders to muslims, and wears those kim jong un pant suits. Merkel is best friends with Obama too, and very liberal/Democratic. .
    8 answers · Berlin · 1 month ago
  • About hiring a flat?

    i want to stay in Frankfurt three month and i have a visa but i searched in the web for flats all wants an income orelse the touristic flats are so expensive. does anyone knows something i can do?
    i want to stay in Frankfurt three month and i have a visa but i searched in the web for flats all wants an income orelse the touristic flats are so expensive. does anyone knows something i can do?
    4 answers · Frankfurt · 1 month ago
  • What do Christians think of Ken ham's Answer in genesis?

    Best answer: Like Fireball says, they think it's an interesting book.

    ROFL!
    Best answer: Like Fireball says, they think it's an interesting book.

    ROFL!
    9 answers · Hesse · 2 months ago
  • Places near Hamburg to visit - Erasmus student finding it difficult to explore!?

    I'm doing my Erasmus year in Hamburg, but since being here I've slowly realised that it's a heavily industrial area, which I didn't expect to such an extent. I'd love to explore the more rural, nature-enriched, scenic, adventurous side to the north of Germany. Not just visiting nature parks etc... show more
    I'm doing my Erasmus year in Hamburg, but since being here I've slowly realised that it's a heavily industrial area, which I didn't expect to such an extent. I'd love to explore the more rural, nature-enriched, scenic, adventurous side to the north of Germany. Not just visiting nature parks etc or going on long walks, but engaging in German culture, music, and activities. Something fun to do while I have free time! I've heard Lueneburg is a must to visit, especially the Altstadt. Recommendations would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance! :)
    4 answers · Hamburg · 2 months ago
  • Does it make huge difference what passport you show in Germany if you have dual citizenship with USA and another EU country?

    I will be traveling to Berlin in a week. I have dual Polish(member of EU) and USA citizenship. However, my Polish passport is expired and while I could get a temporary one for trip, I feel like it would be too much hassle(plus id have to pay extra for that) to get one at this point. Will it make a massive... show more
    I will be traveling to Berlin in a week. I have dual Polish(member of EU) and USA citizenship. However, my Polish passport is expired and while I could get a temporary one for trip, I feel like it would be too much hassle(plus id have to pay extra for that) to get one at this point. Will it make a massive difference entering Berlin Airport on USA passport. Would I have to go to a non-EU line during customs? Is that line going to be significantly longer? Should I let them know I am a EU citizen but traveling on USA cause Polish is expired?
    6 answers · Berlin · 2 months ago
  • Proof of aaccommodation in germany?

    Hello , so I have a friend that lives in heidelberg , and I want to learn the language in one of the schools over there , and I have an uncle that has a house in köln , so Can I like sign up that I live with my uncle to get a visa , and live with my friend in heidelberg and learn the language?
    Hello , so I have a friend that lives in heidelberg , and I want to learn the language in one of the schools over there , and I have an uncle that has a house in köln , so Can I like sign up that I live with my uncle to get a visa , and live with my friend in heidelberg and learn the language?
    4 answers · Other - Germany · 2 months ago
  • I have questions about Germany and Germans?

    I wanna go abroad to Germany. I have a few questions about the country and the people there. What do Germans normally talk about? Are there any subjects that I shouldn't talk about? How do Germans normally act? Like in public, at school, in shops, etc. Is Germany's iep program like America's? What... show more
    I wanna go abroad to Germany. I have a few questions about the country and the people there. What do Germans normally talk about? Are there any subjects that I shouldn't talk about? How do Germans normally act? Like in public, at school, in shops, etc. Is Germany's iep program like America's? What are common school rules/dress code? What's common to see people wear in germany? I see many videos from Germany and often people there seem to wear sweaters there since its so cold I've noticed. Is that sorta the fashion there?
    6 answers · Other - Germany · 2 months ago