Population of  ALEMANIA

Population of ALEMANIA

Germany ended the year 2014 with a population of 80,889,505 inhabitants, an increase of 122,042 people compared to 2013,

In 2013, the female population was majority, with 41,210,384 women, representing 51.02 of the total, compared with 39,557,079 men being 48.98.

Germany is in the 158th place in the table of density and thus has a high population density of 226 inhabitants per km2.

Main destinations in ALEMANIA

History of  ALEMANIA

History of ALEMANIA

The first inhabitants of the territory occupied by Germany today were Celtic and Germanic nomadic tribes. Under the domain of Emperor Augustus, the Romans began the conquest of German lands around 12 BC. and they reached the Rhine and the Danube. His attempts to expand his territory further east were thwarted in the year 9, when Roman General Publio Quintilio Varo lost three legions (some 20,000 men) in the bloody battle of the Teutoburg Forest. The Germanic forces were headed by Arminio, son of a local chief who had been captured and taken to Rome as a hostage. There he adopted Roman citizenship and received military education that would allow him to strategically defeat Varo.

For most of its history, Germany was a set of semi-independent principalities and city-states. In fact, it was not a nation-state until 1871.

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