The collection of folktales from Germany consists of two books with 30 folktales.
Notes: Contains 30 German folktales.
Author: Charles John Tibbitts
Publisher: W. W. Gibbings, London
Notes: Contains 10 long German folktales.
Author: Margaret Arndt
Publisher: Everett & Co. Ltd. 42 Essex Street, W.C., London
Translator: Margaret Hunt
Publisher: George Bell and Sons, London
Translator: Edgar Taylor and Marian Edwardes
Publisher: R. Meek & Co., London
Publisher: Cupples and Leon Company, New York
Translator: Lucy Crane
Published: 1963 (1886)
Publisher: Dover Publications, New York (Macmillan & Co, London)
What's interesting in Germany
Brandenburg Gate is a city gate later rebuilt as a triumphal arch. One of the most well-known landmarks of Berlin and Germany, the Brandenburg Gate was commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm II to represent peace.
Cologne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in Cologne, Germany. The most visited landmark in Germany, the cathedral was built on several stages across seven centuries. A masterpiece of art and engineering, the Cologne Cathedral is listed by UNESCO World Heritage List.
Trier is a city in Germany. There are evidence that the city was founded around 16 BC, making it the oldest city in the country. Trier houses a number of roman buildings that were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the name "Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St. Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier".