I'm interested in examples of texts that contain large numbers of long German words. It is basically just for testing purposes, still I would prefer the text to make at least some sense. If it were couple paragraphs, I would be most happy.
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A place to look for long compounds in a complicated context may be the legislative texts. These can openly be accessed via the following link
One such example using excessive long compounds is the "Finanzmarktstabilisierungsfondsgesetz":
Of course there are paragraphs or laws using less elaborate compounds but usually we will find plenty of creative examples of overlong compounds in these legal wordings.
Here is a whole story for you:
Am Schneesee by Franz Fühmann.
It's also a really fun tongue twister.
Some time ago I collected several mostly German dummy/filler texts (in German called “Blindtexte”). Some of them contain longer compound words. Maybe they are too short for your purpose, but see yourself: http://speravir.website.org/files/latex/blindtext/blindtext.pdf (it actually started as a finger exercise for LaTeX).
Another one found here on German.SE and containing some long words: Rhabarberbarbara.
Searching for single long words I found this: