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Segeberg is a Kreis (district) in the southern part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Area 1334 km², population 248,500 (2000). The district's capital is Bad Segeberg[?].

The district of Segeberg consists of the agricultural plains between the cities of Neumünster[?] and Hamburg. A southwestern portion of the hilly lakeland called "Holsteinische Schweiz" (Holsatian Switzerland) belongs to the district, as well as some northern suburbs of Hamburg.

Towns in Segeberg: Bad Segeberg[?], Wahlstedt, Bad Bramstedt, Kaltenkirchen, Norderstedt.

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