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escola sede: "Take a Minute, take Five!"

 Mais um texto no âmbito do desafio "Take a minute, take Five!". Desta feita é o contributo do aluno Francisco Tavares, 9.ºGna subcategoria "The World around us".


Hello everyone, today I'm going to talk about cultural aspects of Germany.

Germany has rich and diverse cultural aspects that include various literature, music, art, cuisine, traditions, and more. Here's a brief overview:

Literature: Germany has a long literary tradition dating back to the Middle Ages with notable works like the Nibelungenlied and the poems of writers like Walther von der Vogelweide. German literature include a wide range of genres including poetry, novels, drama, and philosophical works.

Music: Germany is knowed for its contributions to classical music. The country is home to famous composers such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (who despite being born in Austria, spent much of his career in Germany), and Richard Wagner. Germany also played a significant role in the development of various musical forms including opera, symphonies, and choral music.

Art: German art has made significant contributions to various movements in history. Germany is also known for its Bauhaus movement, which revolutionized design and architecture in the 20th century.

Cuisine: German cuisine varies by region but is characterized by hearty dishes, such as sausages (Wurst), sauerkraut, schnitzel, and pretzels. Beer is also a significant part of German culture, with a long tradition of beers and beer festivals such as Oktoberfest.

Traditions and Festivals: Germany is known for its rich cultural traditions and festivals. Oktoberfest, held annually in Munich, is one of the world's largest beer festivals. Other notable festivals include Karneval (Carnival) and Christmas markets (Weihnachtsmärkte) which take place all the country during the holiday season.

Language: The German language is an integral part of German culture. It is spoken not only in Germany but also in Austria, Switzerland, and parts of other countries. German literature, philosophy, and science have had a profound impact on global culture, with many works translated into numerous languages.

Education and Philosophy: Germany has a strong tradition of education and philosophy. The country is home to some of the world's oldest universities, and German philosophers such as Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Martin Heidegger have made significant contributions to Western thought.

These are just a few aspects of Germany's rich cultural landscape, which continues to evolve and influence global culture.





Francisco Tavares 9.º G 

                                                                                                  cortesia de envio de Constância Silva, docente de Inglês e colaboradora do CRESCER  

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