German police recorded 12,613 far-right crimes in 2018, according to government figures released on Wednesday.
Far-right extremists carried out some 688 violent attacks against foreigners, immigrants or political rivals from January to September this year, the government said in its written reply to a parliamentary question.
At least 386 individuals were injured in the attacks inspired by far-right ideology.
Brandenburg saw the highest number of violent crimes by right-wing extremists, with 77 attacks recorded in the eastern state.
In Saxony, which saw anti-migrant protests recently, the police recorded 75 violent attacks from January to September.