List of cultural icons of Germany

Summary

This article covers significant cultural icons from Germany.

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AnimalsEdit

ArtEdit

ArtistsEdit

Architecture styles originated in GermanyEdit

Buildings and structuresEdit

CraftsEdit

Emblems, Symbols and AllegoriesEdit

FestivalsEdit

Food and drinkEdit

Folklore, myths and legendsEdit

Former East GermanyEdit

Government and politicsEdit

HolidaysEdit

IndustryEdit

LiteratureEdit

WritersEdit

MonarchyEdit

MusicEdit

Classical composersEdit

AnthemsEdit

Popular musicEdit

Theatres and operasEdit

PhilosophyEdit

PlacesEdit

ScientistsEdit

SportEdit

Television, Radio, Film, TheatreEdit

TransportEdit

CarsEdit

AirEdit

MiscellaneousEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  8. ^ "Jess Smee on spluttering around Berlin on the Trabant Safari". TheGuardian.com. 31 January 2007.
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