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1) List of Hindu Temples in Germany:

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2) Alte Wache - Willkommen: "Alte Wache" is located in the heart of Hamburg, main station and city center can easily be reached by foot. Our beautiful rooms are very quiet. Reservations can be made online!

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3) Travel to Dresden - Germany: Dresden's residents say they live in Germany's most beautiful city. Even after years of some neglect during the time of the GDR, Dresden has a singular attraction, and is getting better all the time.

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4) Homepage des »Bund für Gesundheit e.V.« WWW.BFGEV.DE: Type the description here.

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5) Travel to Freiburg - Germany: More than Black Forest cake and cuckoo clocks.

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6) Travel to Munich (München) Germany: Bavaria's cosmopolitan city has a wonderful pedestrian-friendly core complete with historic sites, cosmopolitan artists, and, oh yes, there's beer.

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7) Fluency - Foreign Language Learning - What is fluency?: One of the questions* that I get asked all the time is How long will it take me to speak French fluently? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is difficult for several reasons: There's no universal definition of fluency Every person has a different language-learning potential It depends a great deal on where and how one studies * Wondering what the other questions are? Read my FAQ. This article is an attempt to provide you with some information about these issues - the what, when, where, and how of fluency - so that you can determine your own "fluency potential." :-)

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8) German Etiquette and Customs for Travelers: Your visit to Germany will be more enjoyable if you understand why people behave the way they do. You'll find information here about German customs and etiquette for everyday occasions.

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9) Sri Sithivinayagar Tempel Hamm e.V.,: Ferdinand Poggel Str. 25, 59065 Hamm, Germany.

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10) Sri Kamadchi Ampal Tempel e.V.: Type the description here.

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11) Hindu Tamil in Germany - Christoph & Friends Das Fotoarchiv. - Die Agentur für Ihr Bild: Type the description here.

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12) Travel to Cologne - Köln - Germany: The Rhine River has long been a busy shipping corridor, making Cologne's (Köln's) location no accident. Originally a Roman city, it grew through the ages and established itself as a strong economic center. Today, Cologne is a major industrial center that features a large and beautiful Altstadt (old city center) and one of Europe's most boisterous Carnivals, the pre-Lenten party of outlandish costumes, music, and drink, similar to the New Orleans Mardi Gras.

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13) Germany Wunderbar: Welcome to Germany...a country rich in experiences!

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14) Electronic Route Plan / Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg: nothing more to say !

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15) Germans slammed for racial intolerance - JULY 4, 2001: STRASBOURG, FRANCE, July 4, 2001: The Council of Europe said yesterday it was deeply concerned about racism and anti-semitism in Germany, slamming a broad political atmosphere of intolerance and apathy toward racist attacks in the country. Its latest report on racism and intolerance notes that the causes of racist attacks include open and latent racism and anti-semitism and a generally apathetic attitude towards such attacks. The Council's European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) identified racism in housing, education and employment and expressed concern over asylum seekers being deported to countries where they risked human- rights violations. More generally, there was concern about a culture of intolerance. A Hindu father in Germany wrote to Hindu Press International a few days ago to say that the local authorities refused to register the Hindu name of his new-born daughter, stating that it was the "law" that she had to have a German given name. Any readers of HPI familiar with Germany law in this regard are requested to contact hpi@hindu.org.

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16) German Language (about.com): 2do

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17) German for Beginners: Contents/Inhalt (1): 2do

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18) Germany Photo Gallery:

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