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Encyclopedia > Berlin Township, Ohio

There are several places named Berlin Township in the U.S. state of Ohio:

  • Berlin Township, Erie County, Ohio
  • Berlin Township, Delaware County, Ohio
  • Berlin Township, Holmes County, Ohio
  • Berlin Township, Knox County, Ohio
  • Berlin Township, Mahoning County, Ohio

There are also two unincorporated communities named Berlin, Ohio.


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Berlin: Weather and Much More from Answers.com (5830 words)
The highest elevations in Berlin are the Teufelsberg in the borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf and the Müggelberge in the borough of Treptow-Köpenick.
Berlin is the national capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and is the seat of the President of Germany, whose official residence is Schloss Bellevue.
Berlin is the sixth-largest urban area in the European Union, and approximately the 80th-largest urban area in the world.
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Berlin Township is located in Delaware County Ohio and adjoins the City of Delaware to the southeast.
The Township is mostly farm and residential property with a total area of approximately 22.5 square miles.
Centered in the Township is Alum Creek Lake and State Park which is a popular recreational facility.
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