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. ...
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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 (Клин, literally meaning a wedge) is a town and the administrative center of Klinsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia, located {convert|85|km|sp=us} northwest of Moscow. The M10 highway connecting Moscow to St. Petersburg and the Moscow-Saint Petersburg Railway run through the town. It was home to Klin air base during the Cold War. Popul
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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 Se
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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

[disambiguation] Klin is a town in Russia. Klin may also refer to: ...
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