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Three of the Bundesländer are actually city-states: Berlin, Bremen, and Hamburg.The states can be roughly grouped by geography as listed below.FKK Saunaclubs are very popular in Germany (and also in Austria and Switzerland).The guests pay entry fee (50-150€) and got several services for their money.In others, such as Saarbrücken, near the border with a stricter country like France, entrepreneurs are investing in mega-brothels that cater to cross-border demand.See Also: The Countries With the Most Prostitutes Germany is a federal republic consisting of 16 states (called "Bundesländer" or shortened to "Länder" in German).But according to figures from the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) the number of reported cases of sexual trafficking in 2011 in Germany - 636 - were down by a third on a decade earlier.Red light districts have also become much more prominent in Germany's major cities - there is approximately 3500 established brothels in Germany and the trade is now big business.
Germany, (officially: the Federal Republic of Germany), (German: Bundesrepublik Deutschland) is the largest country in Central Europe.
According to public services union Ver.di, over 14 billion Euros is accrued by the sex trade in Germany annually.
Roshan Heiler, head of counselling at the Aachen branch of women's rights organisation Solwodi, is unsurprised by the numbers of guys paying for sex because it is so cheap and they won't get prosecuted.
Defending the laws, Monika Lazar, of the Alliance 90/Greens party, told The Guardian: 'Prostitution is still socially stigmatized, but the law is helping to strengthen the position of prostitutes and ensuring girls and men are better protected.' The details of prostitution vary regionally, because the federal states and municipalities decide where and how brothels may operate.
(Berlin is the only city without zoning restrictions.) In some places, streetwalkers line up along motorways with open-air booths nearby for quickies.
It is bordered to the north by Denmark, to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic, to the south by Austria and Switzerland, and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands.