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Langeland

(läng`əlăn), narrow island (1992 pop. 15,226), 110 sq mi (285 sq km), S Denmark, between Fyn and Lolland. Rudkøbing is the main town; other towns include Bagenkop and Lohals. The island is largely agricultural, and grain is the chief product. It is noted for its magnificent beech trees.
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Langeland

 

an island belonging to Denmark in the Baltic Sea, in the southern part of the Danish archipelago, west of the strait of Store Belt. Area, 284 sq km. The island’s surface is a plain, intersected in places by morainic hills (up to 46 m high) overgrown with beech forests. Grain crops, potatoes, and sugar beets are cultivated. There is horticulture, livestock raising, and fishing. The principal city is Rudk0bing.

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