When it comes to meeting the most stunning German women, it certainly could help to start by considering a little about their heritage, history, and characteristics. Germany is a country with a rich and diverse history and has long been considered one of the leading global powers. However, in the modern-day, Germany is perhaps best known for its role in the First and Second World Wars, particularly the latter, which it started. The country has borders with Poland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Austria, France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands, making it one of the most well-connected countries in Europe in terms of borders. Looking further back to ancient times, Germany has been known to host ancient civilizations for millennia. In fact, the oldest documented region is Germania, which was established before 100AD. After that, in the 10th century AD, the territories comprising Germany represented an integral part of the Holy Roman Empire and later became the heart of the Protestant Revolution during the 16th Century. All of these events have undeniably contributed to Germany’s current role as a potent political power. As a result, the country’s GDP is the 4th highest globally, ranking it higher than the United Kingdom.
Germany is set on approximately 350,000 square kilometers of land, making it a relatively small country by area; however, it’s the 18th highest country by population, with over 83 million people, as per 2021 estimates. The population distribution is skewed mainly throughout the country. For example, the region with the highest population is the Ruhr, with a population density of around 2,800 people per km2. Meanwhile, the country’s largest financial region is Frankfurt. Finally, the country’s capital city, Berlin, has a population of approximately 3.7 million people, making it the most populated and busy city in Europe. Germany operates as a federal parliamentary republic, with the current president being Frank-Walter Steinmeier and the Chancellor, Olaf Scholz. It abolished the monarchy in 1918, but the rule of the Nazi party substantially changed politics within the country.
In terms of characteristics, the typical German woman is stereotypically fair-skinned with almost platinum blonde hair and light blue eyes, as was often depicted in large amounts of propaganda documentation during wartime Germany. The vast majority of German women still retain these characteristics, which usually means they’re relatively easy to pick out from a crowd. Due to the formal requirements of German women to get involved with managing the household and helping with tasks, such as managing the family farm. It’s also often common for German women to be tall and incredibly strong compared to many other Europeans, and German women average 5 feet 3 inches in height. It’s also worth noting that the country was divided into two (East and West Germany) in 1949. It wouldn’t be until 3rd October 1990 that the two countries reunified, meaning that many German women still remember when they lived in either East or West Germany. Living in Germany is similar to other northern European countries such as Denmark, Belgium, and the Netherlands.