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Regions in Germany

How many regions in Germany can you name?
Quiz by Mattar14
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First submittedMay 17, 2013
Last updatedMay 17, 2013
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This region is also the name of the capitol
Berlin
Largest region in all of Germany; closest to Alps
Bavaria
Home of the Brandunburg Gate
Brandenburg
1/5 of the world's silicon comes from here
Saxony
Buriel place of St. Boniface (no pun intended)
Hesse
Known as the green heart of Germany because of its forests
Thuringia
Home of Georg Friedrich Handel
Saxony-Anhalt
Named after the city Bremen (This one's hard)
Bremen
This is named after the city that the hamburger originated
Hamburg
Coastel state in North East Germany
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Capitol is Magdeburg
Niedersachsen
Probably the smallest state in Germany
Saarland
The capitol is Dussledorf: largest city is Cologne
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Northenmost region of Germany
Schleswig-Holstein
This region is famous for it's wine
Rheinland-Pfalz
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level 76
May 18, 2013
I tried... but only got 4. :P I drove across Germany once in 2004 but that wasn't enough to learn all of its regions. I should have gotten maybe 3 more but the names escaped me. Is there supposed to be a difference between Brandenburg (spelled with an "e") and the Brandunburg Gate (spelled with a "u")? I tried Brandunburg but was denied.
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level 69
Feb 22, 2016
The Quizmaker just couldn't write Brandenburger Gate right. Plus it's not in Brandenburg but in Berlin. Poorly crafted quiz, many mistakes and typos.
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level 22
Jul 20, 2013
Magdeburg is the capitol of saxony anhalt (Sachsen-Anhalt) not of Niedersachsen. There Hannover is the capitol. And the home of the brandenburger tor is not Brandenburg but Berlin.
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level 28
Aug 4, 2015
Either should be possible only german or only english or everywhere both languages... the way it is, it is some kind of confusing...
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level 56
Jun 2, 2018
The smallest State in Germany is Bremen, not Saarland.
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level 56
Apr 2, 2019
Nice, but in the question of wine it's "its" no "it's"☺.