Mittelland Canal


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Mittelland Canal

(German ˈmɪtəllant)
n
(Placename) a canal in Germany, linking the Rivers Rhine and Elbe. Length: 325 km (202 miles)
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The automaker started production of the first generation Golf four decades ago on the Mittelland Canal in central Germany and Volkswagen Classic will be celebrating the anniversary later this week at Techno Classica.
SOUTH KOREAN School students shout as they lay on snow during a winter military camp for kids at Cheongryong Self-denial Training Camp on Daebu Island in Ansan GERMANY Ice-breaker Eis Ed (front) opens a way in the frozen Mittelland Canal as a barge waits in Hanover-Anderten, northern Germany ISRAEL An ancient tooth found by a team of Tel Aviv University archeologists at site near Rosh Haain, central Israel yesterday.
In a secluded location on the Mittelland Canal, the factory, with the rubble from the war cleared out of the way, housed a community of people from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Also, 5 Group lost 14 crews in bright, moonlit conditions over Karlsruhe on the night of 2/3 February (5.6 per cent of those sortied), and 13 more Lancasters (7.9 per cent) attempting to breach the Mittelland Canal near Gravenhorst on 21/22 February.
The Moehne and Eder Dams were the most important, providing electricity for the Ruhr Valley, preventing flooding and feeding the Mittelland Canal.
Nearby in another basin, working cargo barges tie up, similar to the steady stream you will see passing through the city bound for the Rhine, Eems, Mittelland Canal across Germany, and the Elbe.