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Germany is located in Central Europe and it shares borders with Denmark in the North, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France in the West, Austria and Switzerland in the South and Poland and the Czech Republic in the East. The North Sea and the Baltic Sea represent additional National Borders in the North. The official language of Germany is German and Berlin is the capital. The climate is quite pleasant with almost all variety of seasonal flavors as temperate, marine, cool, cloudy, wet winters and summers, occasional warm, tropical foehn wind and high relative humidity.
Germany is divided into 16 states which are further subdivided into 439 districts and cities. Germany is one of the largest European economy and the third largest economy in the world in real terms, placed behind the United States and Japan, and fifth behind the United States, China, India and Japan counted by purchasing power parity.
Worms is one of the most celebrated and preeminent tourist destinations in Germany. It is a city in the southwest and shares a name of Celtic origin meaning settlement in a watery area. This was eventually transformed into the Latin name, Vormatia that was in use since the 6th century. Today the city is located in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate and lies on the banks of Rhine River.
Roman inscriptions, altars and votive offerings can be seen in the archeological museum, along with one of Europe's largest collections of Roman glass. Worms was a Christian bishopric since 614 century. Worms Cathedral dedicated to Saint Peter, is one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Germany. Worms prospered especially in the high middle ages. Most importantly, among more than a hundred Imperial Diets held at Worms, the Reichstag of 1521 ended with the Edict of Worms at which Martin Luther was declared an outlaw after refusing to recant his religious beliefs.
As throughout the German states, the people of Worms are characterized as hardworking, cordial, conservative, and devoted to their historical, religious, and folkloric traditions. The primary industries here are centered around agriculture, mainly the production wine and vegetables. The picturesque scenery, the slow pace of life, and the welcoming nature of its people all combine to make this region one of the most important touristic attractions in Germany.

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