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    KML or Keyhole Markup Language is a file format used to render geographic data in an Earth browser such as Google Earth. An XML-based language for geographic visualization and annotation, KML was originally created for Google Earth. For more information, see KML files can be created to pinpoint locations, expose rich data in new ways and add image overlays.

    KML is a global standard maintained by the Open Geospatial Consortium. It uses a tag-based structure with nested elements and attributes. Based on the XML standard, all KML tags are case-sensitive and must appear exactly as they are listed in the KML Reference. The Reference shows which all tags are optional, and within a given element, tags must appear in the order shown in the Reference.

    The following sub-topics provides detailed information about KML operations: