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Word Chain - Germany

Guess these words related to Germany. The last letter of each word is the same as the first letter of the next word.
All the answers are a single word, but can be hyphenated
Last updated: December 11, 2017
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Northwest neighbor of Germany
Netherlands
Alpine neighbor of Germany
Switzerland
Northern neighbor of Germany
Denmark
Popular Turkish food: Döner _____
Kebab
Another country that borders Germany
Belgium
"Communist Manifesto" co-author
Marx
Radiation discovered by Röntgen
X-ray
Winter festival of the ancient
Germanic people
Yule
"Communist Manifesto" co-author
Engels
One member of a famous tiger-taming duo
Siegfried
The German name for Germany
Deutschland
Dog breed originally meant to hunt badgers
Dachshund
City with an umlaut on the Rhine river
Düsseldorf
Hint
Answer
Financial capital of Germany
Frankfurt
Crusaders of the Middle Ages:
________ Knights
Teutonic
What sauerkraut is made of
Cabbage
Currency of Germany
Euro
Munich beer festival
Oktoberfest
In German, its a panzer. In English, its a...
Tank
German spelling of the city of Cologne
Köln
Hominid species that is named
for a valley in Germany
Neanderthal
J.S. Bach lived his last decades in this city
Leipzig
Winner of 22 Grand Slam tennis titles
Graf
German word for woman
Frau
German term for an underground railroad
U-Bahn
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level 59
Jul 17, 2017
22/25. I'm German though. :P
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level 48
Dec 10, 2017
I'm only part German and I got 24/25.
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level 51
Dec 11, 2017
23 and I'm Australian
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level 55
Dec 11, 2017
Well that's a bordering country, so close enough.
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level 38
Dec 11, 2017
I'm neither German nor Australian and got 24/25. (By the way, Australia does NOT border Germany, AUSTRIA does)!
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level 63
Jun 22, 2018
Good one, Dubblel Joe.
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level 59
Jun 15, 2018
A year later... Got 23/25 now. Maybe I'll be at 25 in two years.
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level 39
Jan 17, 2019
23/25 and Malaysian (missed Siegfeld and Graf) :)
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level 62
Jul 17, 2017
Well, Düsseldorf is even not the largest German city at the Rhine and with an umlaut...as you know.
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level 67
Aug 5, 2017
That's true, but it is the largest (and the only one that I know of) that begins with a D. Plus the question didn't ask for the largest. It just asked for a city
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level 63
Sep 12, 2018
Maybe Köln has been renamed Dölf to fit the puzzle.
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level 76
Sep 17, 2017
I didn't find Dachshund at first, so I tried Köln and got another question. I only thought of Düsseldorf when I found Frankfurt and thus the final f.
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level 71
Dec 10, 2017
Strangely, the Germans don't use the word Dachshund, which litrally means "Badger Dog". They use "Dackel". I lived in Germany for 13 years and never met anyone who knew wahat a "Dachshund" was, although it wasn't a main topic of conversation.
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level 62
Dec 10, 2017
The word Dackel is derived from Dachshund though.
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level 63
Sep 1, 2017
I find it kinda funny that the fourth question in a Germany quiz is about popular turkish food. Living in Germany, I know why it's here, but it's still funny.
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level 76
Sep 17, 2017
I like most of those chain games, but this one is not really inspired. The first five questions are : four other countries and one turkish food... seriously...
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level 40
Dec 10, 2017
Yeah.... The turkish Food is on here because it's like our national fast food... We eat it very often and ''Döner-Buden'' (places where you can buy them)can be found in every City, no matter how tiny it is. I live in a small town with only 3000 People living here. we still have three Dönerbuden. THAT is how big the Döner has become. In fact Döner isn't even really turkish
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level 76
Dec 10, 2017
Ok for that question, but I confirm that I don't like this quiz.
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level 59
Dec 10, 2017
I think it would be better as "What sauerkraut is made of" (rather than "with"). Sauerkraut is pretty much cabbage made sour, after all.
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level ∞
Dec 11, 2017
Fixed
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level 62
Dec 10, 2017
Question 5 is a bit vague...
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level 54
Dec 10, 2017
Enough that you can still easily get it as part of the word chain, but also easy enough to get by guessing if you are missing either side.
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level ∞
Dec 11, 2017
Not vague at all once you know that it starts with B and ends with M.
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level 70
Dec 10, 2017
I'd like to know how they got that umlaut on the Rhine. Think they used a giant crane? Better: "City on the Rhine River with an umlaut."
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level 66
Dec 10, 2017
Unterbahn should be accepted as an answer.
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level 46
Dec 10, 2017
I agree. The U stands for unter, after all.
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level ∞
Dec 11, 2017
Yes, Untergrundbahn would have worked. Unterbahn will work now too I suppose.
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level 55
Dec 10, 2017
Agree
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level 63
Sep 12, 2018
Why? Everyone says U-Bahn.
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level 58
Dec 11, 2017
Why couldn't I remember Frau? frau blucher!
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level 66
Jan 10, 2018
Nnneeeiiiggghhh!!!
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level 63
Jun 22, 2018
Sdednobmffktcxddengyulstk is all the letters chained together. Should've had one of those cool 25-letter German nouns. Sdednobmffktcxddengyulstk seems more Czech.
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