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'''Kitchener''' [http://www.city.kitchener.on.ca/], [[Waterloo (Ontario)|Waterloo]] and [[Cambridge (Ontario)|Cambridge]] form a tightly-integrated metro area in central [[Ontario (province)|Ontario]]. Settled by German Mennonites in the 19th century as the city of Berlin, Kitchener was re-named in the 20th century after WWI military leader and Canadian governor-general Lord Kitchener. The city still has a strong German heritage, most notably in its 8-day '''Oktoberfest''' celebration, the largest outside of [[Munich]].
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'''Kitchener''' [http://www.city.kitchener.on.ca/], [[Waterloo (Ontario)|Waterloo]] and [[Cambridge (Ontario)|Cambridge]] form a tightly-integrated metro area in central [[Ontario (province)|Ontario]]. Settled by German Mennonites in the 19th century as the city of Berlin, Kitchener was re-named in the 20th century after British military hero Lord Kitchener. The city still has a strong German heritage, most notably in its 8-day '''Oktoberfest''' celebration, the largest outside of [[Munich]].
  
 
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Kitchener [1], Waterloo and Cambridge form a tightly-integrated metro area in central Ontario. Settled by German Mennonites in the 19th century as the city of Berlin, Kitchener was re-named in the 20th century after British military hero Lord Kitchener. The city still has a strong German heritage, most notably in its 8-day Oktoberfest celebration, the largest outside of Munich.

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