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Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany form (abbreviated as FRG), is a country in Central Europe, surrounded by the North Sea, Denmark and the Baltic Sea to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic the east by Austria and Switzerland in the south, and by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands in the west. decentralized federal country, Germany has four cities of over one million inhabitants the capital Berlin and Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. The seat of government is located in the city of Berlin and the Federal City of Bonn. The city of Frankfurt am Main is considered the financial capital of Germany, it is in this city that is the European Central Bank. Various Germanic peoples occupying the north of the present territory from classical antiquity. During the so-called barbarian invasions, the Germanic tribes extend southward. From the tenth century, territories form the central part of the Holy Roman Empire. In the sixteenth century, northern Germany is at the heart of the Protestant Reformation. Pangermanism causes the unification of the German states in 1871 to form the German Empire. After World War II, and the German Revolution of 1918-1919, the empire was replaced by the parliamentary Weimar Republic. Access to power of the Nazis in 1933 led to the Second World War, during which the dictatorial regime is perpetrating mass crimes in Europe, including the Holocaust. After its military defeat in 1945, Germany lost its territories and - by the will of the victorious Allies who enter the "cold war" - is forced to split into two nations: to the west a democratic state, the Federal Republic Germany (abbreviated FRG) and to the east, the German Democratic Republic (abbreviated GDR) under influence of the Soviet Union. The Berlin Wall - which symbolizes the division in the ancient capital - fell 9 November 1989 and Germany is again reunited October 3, 1990, again with Berlin as its capital. The official language is German, its currency is the euro, its motto is Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit ( "Unity and Law and Freedom") and its flag consists of three horizontal stripes in the national colors of Germany black, red and gold. Its national anthem is Deutschlandlied Das (The Song of Germany). With over 81 million inhabitants, Germany is the most populous EU country. It is a great political power and Chancellor Angela Merkel is widely seen as the most influential political personality of the European Union. Germany is the largest economy in Europe and the fourth largest economy and among the industrialized countries, the most developed and most powerful in the world. She was among the first world in the aerospace, automotive, chemical industry and mechanical engineering. Germany is the second largest exporter in 2011 and is the country with the largest trade surplus in the world. It also has the lowest unemployment rate among the 28 Member States of the European Union, it stood at 4.5% in August 2015, according to Eurostat. Germany displays a standard of living "very high": it is 6th in HDI ranking in 2013. Germany is a founding member of the European Union and a member of the G7, the G20, the euro zone, the Schengen area and NATO; it houses the headquarters of the European Central Bank, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and the European Patent Office. Germany is the most popular country in the world, this according to polls due to the BBC in May 20139, the GfK in November 201410 and US News in January 201611. It is the second most popular immigration destination in the world, after the United States