Kiel

city, capital (1945) of Schleswig-Holstein Land (state), northern Germany. Kiel is a port on both sides of the Kiel Fjord, an inlet of the western ... [1 related articles]
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Kiel

[mountain] Kiel is a mountain of Saxony, southeastern Germany. ...
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Kiel

[name] Kiel is a surname or given name. As first name it is an alternate spelling of Kyle (kahyl). Can be pronounced like kyle or keel. Is also believed to be rooted in the Hawaiian for `lily of the valley` == Notable bearers of this name == As a first name: As a surname: ...
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Kiel

Kiel (kēl) , city (1994 pop. 248,930), capital of Schleswig-Holstein, N central Germany, on Kiel Bay, an arm of the Baltic Sea. Situated at the head of the Kiel Canal, the city was Germany's chief naval base from 1871 to 1945, when the naval installations were dismantled. Kiel is now a shippin...
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Kiel

Baltic port and capital of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; population (2005 est) 234,400. It is a naval and commercial facility. Chief industries include fishing, marine engineering, ship-repairing, electronics, engineering, food-processing, and tourism. It is at the terminus of the Kiel Canal. Kiel Week in June is a major yachting ven...
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