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Germany is a country in west-central Europe, that stretches from the Alps, across the North European Plain to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Germany has the second largest population in Europe (after the European part of Russia) and is seventh largest in area.
These factors results in, that Hamburg in the North has the same annual average temperature as Munich in the South has.
The annual average temperature in Hamburg is 9.5 C and 9.7 in Munich The warmest area in Germany is the area bordering to France and west of the Schwartzwald hills.
Upland regions include the Eifel, Hunsrück and Palatine Forest west of the Rhine, the Taunus hills north of Frankfurt, the Vogelsberg massif, the Rhön, and the Thüringer Wald.
South of Berlin, the east-central part of the country is more like the low northern areas, with sandy soil and river wetlands such as the Spreewald region.
The Alps on the southern border are the highest mountains, but relatively little Alpine terrain lies within Germany (in southeastern Swabia and Upper Bavaria) compared to Switzerland and Austria.
The Black Forest, on the southwestern border with France, separates the Rhine from the headwaters of the Danube on its eastern slopes.
The North-South difference in Germany, between N (at List on Sylt) and N (around Oberstdorf, Bavaria) equals almost eight Latitudes (or 889 km), but this can't largely be seen in different average temperatures.
Even if Siberian winter winds are not dominating, when they do hit Germany, temperatures can in extreme cases fall to -30 C and below during the nights, and this has an effect on the average temperatures of November to March.
Although rare, when such cold air reaches Germany, the Eastern parts becomes more affected compared to the Western parts.