As crisis in Syria depend many people are forced to leave. Choosing a dangerous journey through Mediterranean, crossing sea to arrive in Greece and following so called Balkan route, mostly looking for new home in countries like Germany and Sweden. Germany is expected to welcome about one Million by the end of 2015.

Authorities are struggling to cope with the roughly 10,000 asylum seekers arriving every day. The German government still officially expects 800,000 asylum applications in 2015, while media say up to 1.5 million people could come, news media reports.

Many people gathered in the train stations across Germany when people arrived by train from Balkan through Austria, than Munich. Most of them were send forward to other states. West part of the country - North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's most populous state is now home for more than 20 percent of Germany's new refugees. Devided by so called "Königstein Key" formula that determines how many refugees each of the 16 German states has to take in.

 
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Refugees arrive on a train at the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015

 
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Drawings by refugee children pictured at the refugee reception facility in Dortmund, Germany, 05 August 2015. The overcrowded facility in Dortmund has seen the largest influx of refugees in years throughout the course of the week. According to head of the facility, 997 refugees arrived on Monday. The facility provides shelter to 300 refugees, with an additional 50 spots reserved for emergency cases

 
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A refugee cries as he arrives at the main station in Dortmund, western Germany, on September 6, 2015. Thousands more migrants streamed into Germany on September 6, 2015, greeted with cheers and "welcome" signs, as Pope Francis called on every Catholic parish in Europe to take in a refugee family.

 
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Refugees arrive at the airport train station in Duesseldorf, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany, early 09 September 2015. Two trains from Salzurg, Austria, and one train from Munich, carrying about 450 refugees each arrived late on 08 September in Duesseldorf. Sweden has said it expects to take in 80,000 asylum seekers this year, while Germany projects 800,000.

 
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Helper Ayuub from Marocco arranges donated toys at the Dietrich Keuning House that has been turned into a support facility for refugees in Dortmund, Germany, 07 September 2015. The facility was established to provide care to refugees upon their arrival at the central railway station

 
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Refugees arrive at the airport train station in Duesseldorf, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany, early 09 September 2015. Sweden has said it expects to take in 80,000 asylum seekers this year, while Germany projects 800,000.

 
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Volunteers arrange donation packages at the Central Station in Dortmund, Germany, 06 September 2015, as they wait for a train with refugees coming from Munich. Thousands of refugees streamed on 05 September into Austria and on to Germany after being allowed to leave Hungary, putting further strain on EU unity as the bloc struggles with its biggest influx of migrants since World War II. Many of the migrants are fleeing war- torn countries such as Syria and Afghanistan, and thus qualify for international protection. But EU countries disagree on how to best handle the surge.

 
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Refugees arrive at central station in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015.

 
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Nadia from Damascus holds up a sign depicting a heart after arriving at the 'Dietrich- Keuning- Haus' care centre in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015. The care centre was established to treat arriving refugees at the central station in Dortmund.

 
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Toys are places at the Dietrich- Keuning House in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015. An assistance center was set up at the cultural event center in Dortmund for refugees who arrived by train at the city' s main train station.

 
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Local residents hold a banner in their hands which reads 'Refugees welcome' as the first groups of refugees arrive at the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 6 September 2015. More than 1000 refugees, children, women and men who had passed on their way through Hungary, arrived on trains at Dortmund' s central station.

 
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Refugees arrive on a train at the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015

 
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In a huge hall close to the Main Railway Station in Dortmund, trestle tables are laid out to accommodate hundreds of refugees who arrived earlier in the day 6 September 2015 from Hungary via Austria. Welcoming placards greeting them as they sat down to consume donated food and refreshments.

 
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A young woman looks at a baby girl from Afghanistan laying on a table at the reception centre near the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 6 September 2015. More than 1000 refugees, children, women and men who had passed on their way through Hungary, arrived on trains at Dortmund' s central station.

 
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A refugee holds a placard in his hands which reads 'Thank you Germany' at the reception centre near the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 6 September 2015. More than 1000 refugees, children, women and men who had passed on their way through Hungary, arrived on trains at Dortmund' s central station.

 
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Refugees wait in front of the 'Dietrich- Keuning- Haus' care centre after arriving at the central station in Dortmund, Germany, 13 September 2015. The care centre was established to treat arriving refugees in Dortmund.

 
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