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25767 Albersdorf, Germany

Just off a broad curve in the Kiel Canal, Albersdorf is an important Stone Age site whose wooded areas are packed with raised tombs built between 3400–2900 B.C.E. The open-air cultural park and archaeology museum in the old train station...

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Just a stone’s throw off the Kiel Canal and a few miles up from its southern entryway, the Kudensee is a small steppe lake whose reed belts and gray willows harbor shorebirds such as bitterns, waders and green plovers. Its surrounding...

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Eekbrook 15, 24159 Kiel, Germany

The Kiel Canal was inaugurated at Holtenau in 1895; a decade later, just before World War I, the locks were enlarged to the size they are today. Ship passengers leaving the city of Kiel and sailing towards the Baltic can admire the fine brick...

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Am Freizeitbad 1, 25541 Brunsbüttel, Germany
Officially Kilometer 1 of the Kiel Canal, the 13th-century town of Brunsbüttel has many fine half-timbered houses, but it is most famous for the massive locks constructed from 1907 to 1914. In addition to several lighthouses, the town’s...
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K24, 24107 Kiel, Germany
Kaiser Wilhelm II himself attended the 1894 opening of the Levensau High Bridge just outside of Kiel, its elegant arch a local landmark that makes it one of the most popular of the canal's 10 bridges. Originally, it carried railroad and car...