Live casinos that are available for residents of GERMANY

Germany have many options for live dealer casinos. They are certainly no stranger to gaming. Germany has more than 50 casinos, the largest of which is the Spielbank Berlin. Spread over three floors, the casino contains over 250 slot machines, roulette stations, video poker and electronic player stations. Its top floor includes two Poker tables, four Roulette tables and four Blackjack tables.

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Germany, a republic located in Europe, has borders with nine other European countries: Denmark to the north, the Netherlands to the northwest, Belgium to the west, France and Luxembourg to the southwest, Poland to the northeast, the Czech Republic to the east, Austria to the southeast and Switzerland to the south. Germany covers an area of 137,847 square miles (357 thousand sq. km.) and has a population of around 82 million people. The North Sea lies to the northeast of the country, while the Baltic Sea lies to the northeast. The largest city is Berlin, which is also the capital.

The German landscape is characterized by coastline with beaches, forests and woodland, mountains and glaciers, vineyards, picturesque rural areas and several major towns and cities featuring historical buildings and modern structures of great architectural interest. Germany has a rich cultural and political history, and over the centuries has been the birthplace of several prolific scientists and inventors.

The country's official language is German, although several minority languages are also recognized and a number of immigrant languages (especially Turkish, Kurdish and Polish) are present around the country.

Germany, a member of the G8 group of leading industrialized countries, is the world's 20th richest economy by GDP and the largest economy in Europe. More than two decades since the Unification of Germany, there still remains a notable in the standards of living and income levels of what was West Germany and East Germany. Transforming the economy of the former East Germany has been a long and drawn-out process, with plans still being implemented to boost the area's growth and reduce unemployment. Germany contains several small and medium-sized enterprises, although many German companies are leading global corporations. These include Mercedes-Benz, BMW, BASF, SAP, Bayer, Bosch, Volkswagen and Siemens. The Germany economy relies heavily on exports. Principal exports are machinery, metals, motor vehicles, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food products and textiles.

German food, like many other European cuisines, has been heavily influenced in the last decades by immigrants, especially the Turks, while several American foods originated from Germany (hamburgers, hot dogs and meatloaf, for example). Typical German foods include cabbage soup, 'sauerbraten' (beef left in a marinade of vinegar and herbs for 2-3 days, then slow-cooked with potatoes, carrots and onions and garnished with sour cream), roasted pork loin, 'schnitzel' (veal steaks or pork chops), 'currywurst' (steamed pork sausage served in a spicy curry sauce), herring pie and potato pancakes. Desserts include apple strudel, chocolate cookies, gingerbread cake and almond torte. Germany also brews a fine selection of world-renowned beers (wheat, pale and dark), with Oktoberfest, a 16-day beer festival being held every year in the Germany city of Munich. Germany also has an important wine industry, with most wines being produced in the west of the country. Famous German wines include Liebfraumilch and Riesling.

Germany's cultural history can be traced back several centuries, with literature going back to the Middle Ages. Prolific German writers through the ages include Goethe, the Brothers Grimm, Thomas Mann and Hermann Hesse. In the area of art, Germany has been renowned for its artists for several centuries: from the Renaissance period (with painters such as Hans Holbein the Younger and Albrecht Dürer) right through to the 20th century Surrealist painter Max Ernst.

In the area of music, Germany has produced several classical composers of note, including Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, and more recently Stockhausen. Germany has a huge music market and has had a significant influence on rock music and techno. German bands Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk are both recognized for their contribution to the world's electronic music scene. Germany also hosts several rock festivals, featuring both German and international artists, every year. 

The German movie industry is also world renowned, producing directors in the 1970s and 1980s such as Werner Herzog, Wim Wenders and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, while the Berlin Film Festival, which is over 60 years old, is one of the world's biggest and most important.