Gotland

or Gott·land

[got-luh nd; Swedish gawt-luhnd, gawl-luhnd]
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noun

an island in the Baltic, forming a province of Sweden. 1212 sq. mi. (3140 sq. km). Capital: Visby.

Related formsGot·land·er, Gott·land·er, noun
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Gotland

Gothland (ˈɡɒθlənd) or Gottland (ˈɡɒtlənd)

noun

an island in the Baltic Sea, off the SE coast of Sweden: important trading centre since the Bronze Age; long disputed between Sweden and Denmark, finally becoming Swedish in 1645; tourism and agriculture now important. Capital: Visby. Pop: (including associated islands) 57 677 (2004 est). Area: 3140 sq km (1212 sq miles)
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