European Housing

Bradenburg, Germany

Brief History of Houses

Germany has always had a diverse set of housing. After world war two, housing decisions drastically changed. Many soldiers came back from the war either having to find a new home or getting back to their old one. A lot of events happened during and after the war that made having a home or living the same way difficult. Many large cities were bombed and architecture was destroyed.

U.K. owning German Houses and Apartments?

Most Germans don't actually own the places that they live in. Instead, people who live in the U.K. own them. First, it's cheaper to just rent rather than buy temporary housing. Second, with how much Germans actually move when they live in cities it becomes more efficient and less costly to just rent. Now, renting from people from the U.K. seems odd at first glance but actually is really convenient and cost effective.


The average high temperature ranges between 3°c and 24°c.

High Temperatures:

  • January - 3°c
  • February - 3°c
  • March - 8°c
  • April - 13°c
  • May - 19°c
  • June - 21°c
  • July - 24°c
  • August - 24°c
  • September - 19°c
  • October - 14°c
  • November - 7°c
  • December - 4°c

The average low temperature is between -2°c and 0°c.

Low Temperatures:

  • January - -1°c
  • February - -2°c
  • March - 1°c
  • April - 4°c
  • May - 9°c
  • June - 12°c
  • July - 14°c
  • August - 14°c
  • September - 11°c
  • October - 7°c
  • November - 3°c
  • December - 0°c

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Apartment Complex

This picture depicts a typical apartment complex in Brandenburg, Germany.