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Germany (ドイツ Doitsu?), also known as Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in west-central Europe. Germany shares borders with nine European countries; Denmark in the North, Poland and Czech Republic in the east, Switzerland and Austria in the south, France in the southwest and Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands in the west.


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Norse, Christian Rosenkreuz, origins

The Rosicrucian Order's No. 1 temple (also known as Lichte, Liebe, Leben[1]) is located in Germany, with Anna Sprengel as the temple chief, from which permission was supposedly given via letter correspondence for the establishment of the Golden Dawn's No. 3 Isis-Urania Temple.[2][3][4][5]


Toaru Majutsu no Index

Tree Diagram Remnant Arc

Main article: Tree Diagram Remnant Arc

After Index unknowingly destroyed Tree Diagram back in the 28th of July, the knowledge of Tree Diagram's destruction was seemingly kept secret by Academy City. However, it became quite apparent with that Academy City could not keep it's demise a secret any longer; such as the inaccurate weather predictions, as well as at some point 8 countries with space programs, as well as some 19 unnamed organizations,[6] desiring to seek out the remains of the destroyed super computer with under the cover of "showing-off" their space programs to the world (with the number of space programs having risen due to the advent of air launching), and to prove their reliability to sponsors. Misaka 16770 reported that spacecraft confirmed plans to launch in Schleswig.[6]

Document of Constantine Arc

Main article: Document of Constantine Arc

In the central German city of Dortmund, a bulldozer thought to have been stolen was plowed into a Roman Catholic church and 9 priests inside were wounded. It is thought to have been in response to the series of protests being held, but so far no one has come forward claiming to be behind the crime.[7]

Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume SS2

Main article: Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume SS2

On the Second Friday of October, when the Sisters were dispatched to destroy the facilities of the Gemstone Mining research organizations around the world and rescue the gemstones imprisoned there, Misaka 10840 was sent to the Paranormal Inquiry Encyclopedia in Salzgitter, Germany. During her periodic progresses report she had just discovered a hidden door and was investigating it.[8]

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Coronzon Arc

Main article: Coronzon Arc

Neuschwanstein Castle was mentioned when Tokiwadai Middle School students were trying to decide where to go on a "vacation" after Academy City was shut down.[9]

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Christmas Day Arc

Main article: Christmas Day Arc

During the events on Christmas Day surrounding R&C Occultics, it was mentioned that Anna Sprengel had at least one cooperator in Frankfurt, likely set up to destroy themselves like the one in London.[10][11]

Post-Handcuffs Arc

Main article: Post-Handcuffs Arc

On December 29th, in the wake of the Sisters being revealed to the world and the human rights of the clones being recognized, amidst a period of clone-related debates and other stuff in the news, it was reported that a biochemistry group comprised mostly of college students had just been arrested in Nuremberg, having allegedly purchased and operated lab equipment in order to manipulate human DNA and create a human with less than 50% water content. The press officer involved apparently strongly denied rumors of the unofficial cooperation of Academy City in the speedy arrest and said that people must pay careful attention to the changes in science ethics in academia.[12]


The locations listed below are locations which have been featured or referenced in some form within the series.

Name Type Location Details
Dortmund City
Frankfurt City
Hamburg City
Lichte, Liebe, Leben Temple The Rosicrucian Order's No. 1 temple.[1]
Neuschwanstein Castle Castle
Nuremberg City Bavaria
Paranormal Inquiry Encyclopedia (超常紹介辞典?) Salzgitter One of the Gemstone Mining research organizations.[8]

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