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Órile-ede Jẹ́mánì je orile-ede olominira ijoba apapo to ni awon ipinle 16 ti won pe ni Jemani ni Länder (eyokan Land).

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Coat of arms State Joined
the federation
Head of government Government
coalition
Votes in
Bundesrat
Area (km²) Inhabitants
(Thousands)
Inhabitants
per km²
Capital German
abbreviation
(ISO 3166-2:DE)
Coat of arms of Baden-Württemberg (lesser).svg Baden-Würtemberg 1949[1] Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) The Greens/CDU 6 35,751 11,103 311 Stuttgart BW
Bayern Wappen.svg Bavaria
(Bayern)
1949 Markus Söder (CSU) CSU/Free Voters 6 70,542 13,140 186 Munich
(München)
BY
Coat of arms of Berlin.svg Berlin 1990[2] Michael Müller (SPD) SPD/The Left 4 892 3,664 4,108 BE
Brandenburg Wappen.svg Brandenburg 1990 Dietmar Woidke (SPD) SPD/CDU/Greens 4 29,654 2,531 85 Potsdam BB
Bremen Wappen(Mittel).svg Bremen 1949 Andreas Bovenschulte (SPD) SPD/Greens 3 419 680 1,622 HB
DEU Hamburg COA.svg Hamburg 1949 Peter Tschentscher (SPD) SPD/Greens 3 755 1,851 2,515 HH
Coat of arms of Hesse.svg Hesse
(Hessen)
1949 Volker Bouffier (CDU) CDU/Greens 5 21,115 6,293 298 Wiesbaden HE
Coat of arms of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (great).svg Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
(Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)
1990 Manuela Schwesig (SPD) SPD/CDU 3 23,211 1,611 79 Schwerin MV
Coat of arms of Lower Saxony.svg Lower Saxony
(Niedersachsen)
1949 Stefan Weil (SPD) SPD/CDU 6 47,710 8,003 168 Hannover NI
Coat of arms of North Rhine-Westfalia.svg North Rhine-
Westphalia

(Nordrhein-Westfalen)
1949 Armin Laschet (CDU) CDU/FDP 6 34,110 17,926 526 Düsseldorf NW
Coat of arms of Rhineland-Palatinate.svg Rhineland-Palatinate
(Rheinland-Pfalz)
1949 Malu Dreyer (SPD) SPD, Greens, FDP 4 19,854 4,098 206 Mainz RP
Wappen des Saarlands.svg Saarland 1957 Tobias Hans (CDU) CDU/SPD 3 2,569 0,984 383 Saarbrücken SL
Coat of arms of Saxony.svg Saxony
(Sachsen)
1990 Michael Kretschmer (CDU) CDU/Greens/SPD 4 18,450 4,057 220 Dresden SN
Wappen Sachsen-Anhalt.svg Saxony-Anhalt
(Sachsen-Anhalt)
1990 Reiner Haseloff (CDU) CDU/SPD/FDP 4 20,452 2,181 107 Magdeburg ST
Coat of arms of Schleswig-Holstein.svg Schleswig-Holstein 1949 Daniel Günther (CDU) CDU/Greens/FDP 4 15,799 2,911 184 Kiel SH
Coat of arms of Thuringia.svg Thuringia
(Thüringen)
1990 Bodo Ramelow (The Left) The Left/SPD/Greens 4 16,202 2,120 131 Erfurt TH



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  1. In 1949 the states of Baden, Württemberg-Baden and Württemberg-Hohenzollern joined the federation. These states were united in 1952 as the current state of Baden-Württemberg.
  2. Berlin has only officially been a full Bundesland since reunification, even though West Berlin was largely treated as a state of West Germany.