Print Publications

We invite you to download our publications. Everything from basic facts about Germany’s geography and demographics to colorful brochures for kids are available for download and in printed form.

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin (c) Colourbox

Facts about Germany

Facts about Germany is a handbook for anyone seeking up-to-date information about Germany. It provides facts and figures about Germany's people, system of government, social life, poltics, economy and culture. Use Facts about Germany in one of two ways:

Click here to view Facts about Germany online

Do You Know Germany © German National Tourist Board

Do You Know Germany?

Do You Know Germany? is a brochure for students of all ages. It provides a brief overview of Germany and has all the necessary information for country reports and projects.

© German Information Center USA

Get to Know Germany

Get to Know Germany is a coloring and activity book with sights, information, and more for colorful imaginations. It is great for introducing Germany to younger audiences.

Skills Initiative

Brochure: Skills Initiative

Learn more about the Skills Initiative and the German dual system of vocational training in this brochure.

Skills Initiative Broschure in Spanish

Folleto: La Iniciativa de Capacitación

Infórmese sobre la Iniciativa de Capacitación y el sistema dual alemán de capacitación vocacional en este folleto (en español)


Germany in the United States Map

Germany in the United States Map

With this "Germany in the United States" map, we are providing you with an overview of Germany’s rich presence in the U.S. The map reveals how closely our two countries are interwoven and shows the many facets of our cooperation. It reflects the strong sense of partnership and shared values that constitute the basis of our alliance.

Brochure: "The Residence of the German Ambassador in Washington"

The Residence of the German Ambassador in Washington

Built in 1994, the residence of the German Ambassador draws upon both classical and modern elements. Designed by renowned German architect O.M. Ungers (1926 - 2007), it asserts a bold new vision based on the concept of the square as a continuous module. The building serves as a symbolic representation of modern Germany. Learn more in this special brochure published by the German Information Center USA.