Kurds in Germany

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Kurds in Germany refers to residents in Germany of full or partial Kurdish origin.wikipedia
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Kurds

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Kurds in Germany refers to residents in Germany of full or partial Kurdish origin.
Additionally, there are significant Kurdish diaspora communities in the cities of western Turkey, in particular Istanbul, while a Kurdish diaspora has developed in Western Europe, primarily in Germany.

Syrians in Germany

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Germany

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Kurds in Germany refers to residents in Germany of full or partial Kurdish origin. In Germany, Kurdish immigrant workers from Turkey first arrived in the second half of the 1960s.

Turkish Kurdistan

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The majority of the Kurds have roots in Turkish Kurdistan, but there is also a significant amount of Kurds with roots in Iraqi Kurdistan, Rojava, and Iranian Kurdistan.

Iraqi Kurdistan

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The majority of the Kurds have roots in Turkish Kurdistan, but there is also a significant amount of Kurds with roots in Iraqi Kurdistan, Rojava, and Iranian Kurdistan. Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.

Rojava

Democratic Federation of Northern SyriaAutonomous Administration of North and East SyriaSyrian Kurdistan
The majority of the Kurds have roots in Turkish Kurdistan, but there is also a significant amount of Kurds with roots in Iraqi Kurdistan, Rojava, and Iranian Kurdistan. Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.

Iranian Kurdistan

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The majority of the Kurds have roots in Turkish Kurdistan, but there is also a significant amount of Kurds with roots in Iraqi Kurdistan, Rojava, and Iranian Kurdistan. Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.

Turkey

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In Germany, Kurdish immigrant workers from Turkey first arrived in the second half of the 1960s.

Gastarbeiter

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They immigrated to Germany as "Gastarbeiter" (in English guest workers).

Syrian Civil War

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Since Syrian War in 2013 there is also a large number of Kurds who immigrated to Germany as Syrian refugees.

Turkish language

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Nevertheless, many of them can understand Turkish and

Zazas

ZazaZaza KurdsZaza Kurdish
Zazas from Turkey, who are also called "Zaza Kurds",

Mhallami

MhalmitesMhallami KurdMhallami people
Mhallami from Lebanon are sometimes called "Lebanese Kurds",

Lebanon

LebaneseLebanese RepublicRepublic of Lebanon
Mhallami from Lebanon are sometimes called "Lebanese Kurds",

Turks in Germany

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German Kurds live spread throughout Germany, especially in cities with a large proportion of Turkish people.

Berlin

Berlin, GermanyState of BerlinGerman capital
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Hamburg

Hamburg, GermanyFree and Hanseatic City of HamburgFree City of Hamburg
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Munich

Munich, GermanyMünchenMunich, West Germany
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Frankfurt

Frankfurt am MainFrankfurt, GermanyFrankfurt-am-Main
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Stuttgart

Stuttgart, GermanyStuttgart, West GermanyVaihingen
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Essen

Essen, GermanyAltenessenEssen-Kray
Examples are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Essen.

Bingöl Province

BingölBingol ProvinceÇapakçur
Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.

Elazığ Province

ElazığElâzığElâzığ Province
Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.

Mardin Province

MardinMardin Province, TurkeyProvince of Mardin
Examples are Kurdistan Region of Iraq (in German also known as Autonome Region Kurdistan or Nordirak), Rojava in Syria, Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish provinces and cities like Bingöl, Elazığ, Mardin, Tunceli/Dersim, Şanlıurfa/Urfa, Batman, Diyarbakır or cities like Cizre and Pazarcık.