Frühstück is the German word for "breakfast". Freshly baked bread called Brötchen in Germany is very important part of a German breakfast.

Below are pictures of how a traditional German breakfast looks like.

Two (2) kinds of Brötchen is shown below, among the many kinds available in Germany: Sonnenblumenbrot/Sonnenblumenkernbrot (Sunflower seed bread) and Kurbisbrot (Pumpkin bread)

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