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-[[Image:German Autobahn 1936 1939.jpg|thumb|230px|A [[German]] [[autobahn]] in the [[1930s]]]] 
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-'''Germany''' is a [[country]] in [[Western Europe|West]]-[[central Europe]]. It is bordered on the north by the [[North Sea]], [[Denmark]], and the [[Baltic Sea]]; on the east by [[Poland]] and the [[Czech Republic]]; on the south by [[Austria]] and [[Switzerland]]; and on the west by [[France]], [[Luxembourg]], [[Belgium]], and the [[Netherlands]]. + 
-== See also ==+# A [[sea]] in [[northern Europe]], connected to the [[Atlantic]].
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-*[[Stereotype of Germans]] +The '''Baltic Sea''' is a [[brackish]] inland sea located in [[Northern Europe]], from 53°N to 66°N [[latitude]] and from 20°E to 26°E [[longitude]]. It is bounded by the [[Scandinavian Peninsula]], the mainland of [[Europe]], and the [[Denmark|Danish]] islands. It drains into the [[Kattegat]] by way of the [[Øresund]], the [[Great Belt]] and the [[Little Belt]]. The Kattegat continues through [[Skagerrak]] into the [[North Sea]] and the [[Atlantic Ocean]]. The Baltic Sea is artificially linked to the [[White Sea]] by the [[White Sea Canal]] and to the North Sea by the [[Kiel Canal]]. The Baltic is bordered on its northern edge by the [[Gulf of Bothnia]], on its northeastern edge by the [[Gulf of Finland]], and on its eastern edge by the [[Gulf of Riga]].
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  1. A sea in northern Europe, connected to the Atlantic.

The Baltic Sea is a brackish inland sea located in Northern Europe, from 53°N to 66°N latitude and from 20°E to 26°E longitude. It is bounded by the Scandinavian Peninsula, the mainland of Europe, and the Danish islands. It drains into the Kattegat by way of the Øresund, the Great Belt and the Little Belt. The Kattegat continues through Skagerrak into the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The Baltic Sea is artificially linked to the White Sea by the White Sea Canal and to the North Sea by the Kiel Canal. The Baltic is bordered on its northern edge by the Gulf of Bothnia, on its northeastern edge by the Gulf of Finland, and on its eastern edge by the Gulf of Riga.




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