2010 in Germany

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Events in the year 2010 in Germany.

Incumbents

Federal level

Events

Germany's Lena wins the Eurovision Song Contest 2010
Anti-Atomkraft-Demonstration in Wendland (2010)
Freya von Moltke
Photo: Dorothea von Haeften

Sports

Deaths

See also

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