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List of cultural icons of Germany

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Siegfried Rhine Maidens

The Wikipedia:Rhinemaidens warn Wikipedia:Siegfried, a picture by Wikipedia:Arthur Rackham. The scene is from the opera Wikipedia:Götterdämmerung, the last of the cycle of four operas comprising Wikipedia:Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung), by Wikipedia:Richard Wagner

Einstein's tongue

Back to the drawing board-Albert Einstein's plan to thwart photographers pursuing him on his birthday fails famously

VW Huichol beads

The Volkswagen is of German design and manufacture. Modifications may take place elsewhere

Arthur Rackham-Norns Weaving

The three Wikipedia:Norns weaving the threads of humans' lives, an image not unique to Wikipedia:Norse mythology (e.g. Wikipedia:The Fates did the same in Wikipedia:Greek mythology). The Norns appear multiple times in The Ring of the Nibelung operas

right|thumb|Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin thumb|right|Franz Marc right|thumb|Cologne Cathedral right|thumb|Black Forest Gateau right|thumb|Koelsch beer right|thumb|GDR T-shirts, for sale in Berlin in 2004 [[Wikipedia:Image:East Berlin traffic lights3.jpg|right|thumb|Tourist souvenirs of East Berlin Wikipedia:Ampelmännchen.]] right|thumb|Fall of the Wall right|thumb|Ludwig van Beethoven right|thumb|Martin Luther right|thumb|Holstentor, Lübeck right|thumb|Rhine, Loreley right|thumb|Volkswagen right|thumb|A Trabant 601

The list of cultural icons of Germany is a list of links to potential Wikipedia:cultural icons in Wikipedia:Germany [1].

AnimalsEdit

Art, architectureEdit

Buildings and structuresEdit

Dress, fashionEdit

Emblems, Symbols and AllegoriesEdit

FestivalsEdit

Food and drinkEdit

Former East GermanyEdit

Government and politicsEdit

HistoryEdit

HolidaysEdit

Industry, scienceEdit

LanguageEdit

LiteratureEdit

MusicEdit

Myths, legends, and folkloreEdit

PeopleEdit

PhilosophyEdit

PlacesEdit

PressEdit

Shopping, moneyEdit

SportEdit

Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Müller, Oliver Kahn, Bastian Schweinsteiger

Television, radio, film, theatreEdit

TransportEdit

See alsoEdit


! Wikipedia:Category:Germany-related lists Germany Wikipedia:Category:Cultural history

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