Sister cities of Klin, Klinsky District, Moscow Oblast
Klin (Russian: Клин, literally meaning a wedge) is a town and the administrative center of Klinsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 85 kilometers (53 mi) northwest of Moscow. Population: 80,585 (2010 Census); 83,178 (2002 Census); 94,908 (1989 Census); 94,000 (1985 est.).
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.
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