Klin

city, Moscow oblast (province), western Russia. First documented in 1234, it was for long a fort between the principalities of Moscow and Tver. In ...
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KLIN

KLIN (1400 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a news talk information format. Licensed to Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, the station serves the Lincoln area. The station is currently owned by NRG Media and features programing from ABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks and Fox News Radio. KLIN was founded in 1946 with the call letters KOLN. Station owner, J...
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Klin

[air base] Klin is an air base in Russia located 4 km north of Klin. It is halfway between Moscow and Tver, with many military transport types (Il-76, An-12, An-26, Tu-134, etc.) in service. The airfield was active until the 1990s. Many aircraft remains are still stored on the airfield. Brinkster.com lists the airfield as home to the 78th S...
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Klin

[mountain] Klin (sk. Klin, pl. Starorobociański Wierch) is a peak in the Western Tatras, on the border between Slovakia and Poland. Its summit is at 2,176 m AMSL. It is the highest peak in Polish Western Tatras. The foreground is a classic split ridge or doppelgrat, spreading under tension due to deep erosion in the valleys either side. Th...
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