Germany Country Quiz

Can you guess these answers that pertain to the country of Germany?
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Last updated: May 16, 2020
First submittedFebruary 13, 2013
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Clue
Answer
Capital city
Berlin
Financial capital
Frankfurt
Capital of West Germany,
1949 - 1990
Bonn
Former currency
Deutsche Mark
Longest rivers by length
within Germany
Rhine
Danube
Elbe
German word for Germany
Deutschland
Animal that appears on the
coat of arms
Eagle
Top soccer league
Bundesliga
Clue
Answer
National airline
Lufthansa
Munich beer festival
Oktoberfest
Munich is the capital of this state
Bavaria
German country ruled by
Frederick the Great
Prussia
German word for sausage
Wurst
The German highway system
Autobahn
Name of the German parliament
Bundestag
German equivalent of Prime Minister
Chancellor
Largest non-German ethnic group
Turks
Brothers who collected fairy tales
Brothers Grimm
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Level 72
Apr 14, 2013
how about accepting Bundes League?
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Level 43
Oct 13, 2015
That would be unfortunate, since it is a strange half-baked translation. I would be very much for accepting Federal League, which is English for Bundesliga. But your proposal suggest that it is a league called Bundes, which is not true.
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Level 78
May 17, 2020
How about accepting any of the seven ways I misspelled it before giving up? :)
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Level 69
Apr 23, 2013
Nice quiz! :) Can you please also accept "Rhein" for "Rhine"? The first one is the German spelling of the name.
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Level 37
May 5, 2014
Same problem. Put Rhein instead of Rhine.
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Level 82
May 15, 2014
Rhein.. and rein and so on. And Elbe and Main and Donau/Danube. Also tried Keiser because of the German pronunciation. AAAARGH! I accept I didn't know Reichstag and Weimar (well didn't remember), but that damn river!
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Level ∞
Jul 9, 2015
Rhein will work now.
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Level 32
Apr 23, 2013
I know this has nothing to do with this quiz, but... Thanks for the update of the website and introducing a level system.
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Level 85
Apr 23, 2013
Been meaning to do the same thing, but there's nowhere good to do so. Only wish for a bit more transparency about the number of points required to get to the next level, but otherwise VERY happy with the way it's been implemented.
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Level 36
Apr 23, 2013
Ah i said Bratwurst and i spelled audobahn wrong
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2019
Audomobile? Audobus? Audomatic? ;) But it's ok we all make mistakes
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Level 67
Mar 5, 2020
You should have typed it, not said it!
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Level 53
Apr 20, 2020
Bratwurst wouldn't have worked anyway, better to say wrong answers than to type them - saves time :)
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Level 59
Oct 18, 2020
Well, but Bratwurst only means fried sausage. The Germans boil them too, you know... :)
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Level 55
Oct 16, 2013
I also said Bratwurst and spelled audobahn wrong
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Level 58
Feb 20, 2014
Bratwurst is a type of sausage, whereas wurst is just sausage in general. Easy mistake to make, though.
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Level 41
Nov 22, 2016
still think bratwurst should be accepted; given that its the most internationally known word associated with german sausage
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Level 58
Mar 28, 2017
Why on earth should bratwurst be accepted? The question is asking for the German word for sausage, not the most internationally famous type of sausage. Will you all stop asking for answers that don't answer the question!
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2019
Yea that would like (in a quiz in another language) asking for the english word for meat and wanting them to accept hamburger, because that is what america is known for. That is irrelevant and not the word for meat.
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Level 58
Sep 18, 2014
This is the most educational comments section on this website!
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Level 32
Sep 29, 2015
I always though wiener was a sausage
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Level 61
Sep 29, 2015
It is, but only a type of sausage. Such as a Cheesburger is only a type of Burger...
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Level 66
Jan 9, 2020
*Cheeseburger
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Level 44
Jul 20, 2020
Schießbürger
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Level 59
Sep 29, 2015
Bratwurst for wurst?
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Level 47
Apr 10, 2018
Golden Bald Eagle for Golden Eagle?
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Level 71
Sep 8, 2019
Just "eagle" works fine. No need to make it more complicated.
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Level 71
Sep 8, 2019
Bratwurst literally means fried sausage. So if you know Bratwurst, then getting "Wurst" is just a small step. Again, keep it simple.
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Level 24
Sep 29, 2015
100% and im not German!!!
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Level 80
Mar 9, 2016
Could you maybe accept some alternate spellings for Chancellor? I tried about a dozen spellings (chanceler, chauncellor, chanseler, chaunceler, chanselur) and just couldn't seem to come up with the correct one.
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Level 35
Jul 7, 2020
how about kanzler?
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Level 47
Aug 27, 2016
didn't read all the questions and missed out on two of the easiest ones (to me) *facepalm*
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Level 51
Mar 15, 2017
I missed Bundestag!
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Level 66
Mar 12, 2018
Hey i just asked myself if you could accept ''D Mark/D-Mark'' for Deutsche Mark.Most people i've heard in my own country (Germany) refer to it as that (as an abbrevation) rather than the full Name :) (though i think most people KNOW the full name)
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Level 80
Apr 20, 2020
I tried just "Mark" and was very confused as to why it was not accepted. Isn't that sort of the same as not accepting "dollar" for "American dollar" or "pound" for "British pound?"
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Level ∞
May 16, 2020
Mark is accepted though.
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Level 80
Jun 22, 2020
k if you say so. This time I just typed in the whole thing.
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Level 38
May 11, 2018
Pretty straight forward for someone who spends a lot of time in Germany! :)
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Level 58
May 27, 2018
I ran out of time on about 8 of them because I couldnt recall the capital of West Germany.
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Level 61
Jul 11, 2019
The question about the title of the prime minister may be misleading. You may want to consider asking for title for the head of government as there is no such thing as a prime minister at federal level.
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Level 33
Aug 31, 2019
The german word for prussia (Preußen) should be correct aswell
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Level 67
Sep 6, 2019
My history isnt great so I missed weimar and prussia, (if the pwas there I would have know it) and for bundesliga I was looking for a top club. Without the top and just german soccer leauge I might have got it, but now it seems you were looking for the top club in the league
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2019
Got em al this time so I guess I learned something. But I couldnt see which I had missed last time (though was pretty sure weimar was one of the three) guess it was reset.
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Level 45
Oct 1, 2019
Just guessed for eagle.
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Level 45
Apr 20, 2020
YOOO I ONLY GOT LUFTHANSA FROM WATCHING GOODFELLAS
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Level 51
May 18, 2020
Did you think the full name was Lufthansaheist?
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Level 71
May 28, 2020
Not gonna lie, that's exactly how I always remember the name of it too
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Level 66
May 16, 2020
I tried "Turk" and "Turkish". Could those be allowed, please?
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Level ∞
May 16, 2020
Yes.
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Level 77
May 16, 2020
Rhein doesn't work (only Rein), Turkish could be accepted and kanzler as well.
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Level ∞
May 16, 2020
Rhein and Kanzler will work now.
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Level 80
May 17, 2020
Kanzler doesn't work for the moment, but maybe it's not updated yet?
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Level 67
May 16, 2020
Do you have any source for the "national animal"? As far as I know, the german "Federal Eagle" or "Imperial Eagle" has no defined biological counterpart.
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Level ∞
May 16, 2020
Changed the question a little, thanks.
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Level 72
May 17, 2020
Finally one where I get the 100% on first try! (it's my chance to ask for my Nauru country quiz to be featured!!)
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Level 78
May 18, 2020
Forgot the Danube. Dummkopf!!!
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Level 73
Jul 20, 2020
Armleuchter!
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Level 44
Jul 20, 2020
Trottel!
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Level 73
May 19, 2020
Sausage is the wurst.

(Actually, it's delicious. I will show myself out...)
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Level 83
Jul 20, 2020
Sausage is indeed delicious. A good breakfast food item for me.
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Level 62
May 24, 2020
There's a typo in the typeins for German equivalent of Prime Minister, "bundeskanzler" doesn't work
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Level ∞
May 24, 2020
Fixed
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Level 36
Jun 5, 2020
im german and i missed bavaria because i didnt know the english spelling, thought it was barvaria
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Level 77
Jul 7, 2020
'Bayern' worked for me
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Level 67
Jul 9, 2020
Got all correct (maybe studying German helps) :)
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Level 57
Jul 10, 2020
What about River Main
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Level 75
Jul 22, 2020
Not one of the main rivers apparently
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Level 83
Jul 20, 2020
Uh, okay. I just left a comment when the total was at 17 or something, and then all of a sudden it just jumped up to 62. That's weird.
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Level 80
Jul 20, 2020
Germany has a bicameral legislature with a Bundesrat and a Bundestag. You should give credit for the former as well as the latter.
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Level 70
Jul 20, 2020
Reichstag is not a correct answer for the German equivalent to Parliament. "Palace of Westminster" wouldn't be accepted for the governing body of the UK.
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Level 56
Jul 20, 2020
Yes, first of these country quizzes that I’ve got 100% on
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Level 22
Jul 20, 2020
I just got Berlin, Frankfurt and Brother Grimm
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Level 65
Jul 20, 2020
I really should have done a lot better on this. "Bundestag" was bouncing around my brain and I just couldn't summon it.
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Level 50
Jul 21, 2020
I tried so many spellings of wienerschnitzel. As many of you know it is spelled w-u-r-s-t.
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Level 73
Jul 21, 2020
April Fool's?
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Level 59
Jul 24, 2020
That's veal
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Level 23
Jul 22, 2020
"Preussen" should work for "Prussia", as it is/was the German and official name of the country :)
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Level 59
Jul 24, 2020
Can we think of a sports question for these countries other than "top soccer league" it's biased toward people who enjoy that boring *** sport
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Level 56
Jul 26, 2020
It's the most popular sport in Germany (by far) so it wouldn't make sense to ask anything else. They're not going to ask the name of the top football (soccer) league in the US quiz
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Level 47
Aug 14, 2020
None of those rivers are within Germany. I think you should alter the clue.
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Level 58
Oct 4, 2020
Why is Gauß on the thumbnail when there isn't a question on him?