German culture


German culture

German culture may refer to:
* used more narrowly, the Culture of Germany, including
**culture of Bavaria, see Bavaria#Culture
**culture of Saxony, see Saxony#Culture
* used more widely Culture of German-speaking Europe, including
**German language literature
**Austrian culture
**Swiss culture (Alemannic)

ee also

*German folklore


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