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What did people googling the most in 2019? Image: Getty

Google shows: This is what interested you the most in 2019

The year is drawing to a close. 365 days of reading the news, watching TV, and chatting with friends. Yes but what about?

Google shows us. The group has published the terms that interested us most in the past year - with amazing results.

Wanted internationally: Notre Dame

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The fire in the French landmark has shaken the whole world. In mid-April, the fire brigade fought the fire for hours. He had broken away while welding during a renovation.

Where's rebecca?

The drama about the missing student from Berlin recorded the strongest increase in search queries in 2019. To this day, the 15-year-old has not turned up.

Third, fourth and fifth place

The third and fourth most popular searches were after the Handball World Cup and Karl Lagerfeld. The German men finished fourth at the World Cup in Denmark and Germany after the game for third place against France. But only barely. They lost 25:26.

"Anyone who wears sweatpants has lost control of their life." This legendary sentence was said by none other than Karl Lagerfeld. The fashion designer died on February 19th. It ranks fourth in the Google list.

In fifth place: Julen. Two-year-old Julen fell into a shaft in Spain in January.

Most googled people

The list is headed by the "Person of the Year": Greta Thunberg. Followed by Evelyn Burdecki, Alice Merton, Peter Orloff and Bastian Yotta.

Where questions

Many users apparently had problems with the appendix. In addition to "Where is Rebecca?" and "October 31, public holiday where?" the question: "appendix pain where?" searched.

To ask something

"What is Article 13?" Yes what? Article 13 of the new copyright reform in the EU requires platforms such as Youtube to remove content that violates copyright law. Many, especially young people, fear that so-called upload filters would delete content too generously - thousands took to the streets in Germany against upload filters.

In second and third place came the questions "What is Brexit?" and "What does kappa mean?" (a letter from the Greek alphabet - or some kind of "attention, irony" sign on Twitch).

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Do you know how the "float dance" works? Well, you're not alone. The question "How does floss dance work?" is in first place in 2019, followed by "Basic pension how high?" and "What's the name of Prince Harry's baby?" (Archie!)

The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution observes parts of the lateral thinker movement

The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution observes people and groups within the lateral thinker movement. The Federal Ministry of the Interior announced this on Wednesday in Berlin. This means that the Office for the Protection of the Constitution can now, for example, collect data on certain people from the scene. Overall, the authority fears that the conspiracy theories spread in the course of the protests against the corona measures will not go away even after the end of the pandemic.

Since the movement does not have any of the previously known ...

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