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Germany is the country which is having 16 Constitutional states with are land of 357, 025 sq km. From the name Germania in Ancient times, Germany is Derived, Its ranked as Fourth Largest Economy by Nominal GDP. Usages of Javelins in ancient times of Germans are mostly seen in Germany. Art craft paintings are one of the most habitats of Ancient Germans. Most popular Leader of Nazi Germany is Adolf Hitler.

Germany is in Third place in the countries list of Largest Explorer of goods. 508 million consumers are takes part in European Single Market. Germany has many Noble prize winners in the Medicine and Physiology field just like Emil Adolf von Behring, Paul Ehrlich, Albrecht Kossel, Otto Fritz Meyerhof, Otto Heinrich Warburg have been awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology and there are many other also.

While comes to German Territory it covers up to 357,028 sq km. Temperate seasonal climate which is surrounded by westerly winds covers the mast part of Germany. Eastern side of German climates should be very cold in Nature, while in northern side of Germany some sort of warmth climate will be there. Great energy of Scientists and Scholars with high skill performance in the all medical and biomedical trades makes it an important nation in terms of Research and Development. This country has produced 103 Noble Laureates and ranks under top ten in terms of receiveing the noble price. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen was the first French to receive the Nobel Prize in 1901.

Germany offers students of medicine and dentistry a broad selection of first-rate universities. Among these are large schools, such as Munich or Berlin, but also smaller ones, like Greifswald and Essen. There are old schools with long traditions, as in Heidelberg and Göttingen, and newer institutions, such as Düsseldorf and Regensburg. This diversity is, without a doubt, an enormous asset and underscored even more so by the fact that all of these schools ensure an education at the highest level. A total of 35 universities in Germany offer degrees in medicine; 30 also have schools of dentistry.

 

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