The Germans are off to the 2014 World Cup Finals in Brazil. They’ve reached the final more often than any other country.
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Today is a national holiday in Germany: Tag der Deutschen Einheit or German Unity Day. It is the celebration of the reunification of Germany after it was divided at the end of World War II. The division and the Berlin wall were both symbols of the cold war. As the Soviet Union and the Eastern Block crumbled so did the government in East Germany. The opening of boarders in Eastern Europe led to the Berlin wall coming down and the Reunification in 1990.
Today is the 21st anniversary of the reunification and Germany is celebrating:
Even Google’s getting in on it.
There’s only one week left of the Oktoberfest. Did you make it to Munich this year? In case you missed the opening. Here’s the video of the mayor tapping the first keg.
This is definitely a candidate for Engrish.com.
I always get a kick out of how other countries use English words. This is from a kids hat in Germany and is actually a brand name: PICKAPOOH is a small manufacturer from hamburg, germany that produces caps for babies and toddlers.
Do you think they meant “peek-a-boo?”