Some little-known knowledge is actually very interesting, the following cold knowledge about Germany, and you know how much, let's take a look!
In Germany, escaping from prison is not punishable
As early as the 19th century, German law affirmed the pursuit of freedom. And it is stipulated that escaping from prison is not punishable by law. As for the additional crimes that emerged after the escape, of course, they could not escape legal punishment.
But you can hardly implement a prison escape without breaking the law, because leaving the prison in prison clothes is considered theft of public property, damage to the prison walls, windows or barbed wire is not to mention.
Germany also has a "wall"
Due to the copyright of musical works, 61% of the videos on YouTube are not available for viewing in Germany. Until 2016, YouTube and Germany's music copyright agency GEMA (German Music Performance Rights and Mechanical Reproduction Rights Association) signed a licensing agreement, the German public can normally watch YouTube.
The owners of Adidas and Puma are both Germans, or blood brothers
The world-famous sportswear giants Adidas and Puma both originated in Germany and in the same region, and not only that, the founders of the two companies are brothers!
The two brothers originally ran a shoe factory together, but a quarrel caused the two brothers to go their separate ways and each set up their own brand. The two men have not reconciled for life.
the inventor of jeans is German
Levi Strauss, the inventor of the typical American jeans, was born in 1829 in Buttenheim, Bavaria, Germany. In 2000, a museum was set up in his former home in Buttenheim to commemorate the "father of jeans".
the world's first small restaurant was born in Germany
Even before the Inca Empire, a small restaurant appeared in Regensburg, Germany, known today as the "Wurstkuchl". It is the oldest continuously operating public restaurant in the world, having been built and opened in 1146.
Until 1800, the specialty here was gesottenes Fleisch, but after the current owners' family took over in 1806, the restaurant's main course was changed to charcoal-grilled sausages, and a limited number of 6,000 sausages were served to guests each day.
These things were invented by Germans
Checkers originated in Germany in 1892, cars, bicycles, Led Zeppelin, and insulin, aspirin, and gummy bears, including contact lenses and the world's first kindergarten and first beer brewery were also pioneered in Germany!
The custom of decorating Christmas trees originated in Germany
The Germans were the first to dress up the fir tree with candles and edible decorations, before spreading the custom around the world. But now only Germany and a few Eastern European countries will risk fire and use real candles to decorate the Christmas tree.
Germany also has strange peaks and rocks
The Saxon Swiss National Park, known as "Little Switzerland", covers an area of 36,000 hectares. The park has a strange Erosionslandschaft der Kreidezeit, a unique chalky sandstone landscape in Central Europe.
Germany's beer consumption per capita is not yet the highest in the world
Although Germans have a deep love for beer and the Munich Beer Festival is known worldwide, the country with the highest per capita beer consumption is not Germany, but the Czech Republic. According to the data, Czechs consume 143 liters per year on average. Germany, in second place, consumes 106 liters of beer per capita per year.