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How large is the population in Germany?

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In 2014, an estimated 82,678,629 people resided in Germany, a European country bordered by nine other countries. When ranked by size, Germany is the second-largest country in Europe and the 16th largest country in the world.

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The life expectancy for Germany residents is 80.57 years, with males living an average of 78.26 years and females living an average of 83 years. Germany has a large number of elderly residents, with 644,576 residents between the age of 90 to 94 and 33,282 residents over the age of 100.

German is Germany's official language for written and verbal communication, but approximately 66 percent of residents are fluent in a second language. More than 25 percent of Germans speak at least three languages.

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