Keeping Up Traditions. Part 2
Continuing the extremely interesting topic of German traditions started in the previous article on the issue, I want to express my gratitude to all those readers whose feedback has helped me choose and create this article. Thank you all!
The knowledge of local German traditions is especially helpful for those going to Germany on vacation, on business, or just for a friendly couple-of-days visit. The topically arranged list of Germany-related articles is the first place you should start your exploring from. There you can get profound infos on celebrating typical German holidays along with the world-wide known holidays, peculiarities of German weddings, German culinary gems, superb German cars, traditional German beverages like beer and wine, and much more.
The German Culture site provides many other valuable resources on Germany and its traditions. They are compiled for your review all on one page.
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Christmas in Germany
An exhaustive compilation of Christmas-time customs in Germany.
Deutschfolk - German Traditions
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Germanic Customs, Beliefs, and Traditions
A place to start studying of German traditions. A MUST-click link!
German Influence on American Food
Germany has really influenced the eating habits of America! Get to know the details.
German Naming Customs
Very interesting info on the tradition of giving names in German families.
Typical German wedding tradition.
Rund um Deutschland
Take a brief tour over the three German things: the country, the people, and the language. In German, however.
What Life Is Really Like
This page will provide you with typically German facts like birthdays, bureaucracy, punctuality, drinking, Sie-ing & Du-ing, holidays, social gatherings, etc.