Dachstein


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Dachstein,

peak, Austria: see SalzkammergutSalzkammergut
, resort area in Upper Austria, Styria, and Salzburg provs., W Austria. Known since antiquity for its salt mines, the region was banned to visitors until the early 19th cent.
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Roofing zwieer gabled roofs in slate / Dachstein - 400 M4; Sheet metal roofing transitions tower roof, VersprE-nge, with folded sheet metal cover - about 30 m2 in individual areas; Dormer cladding in sheet of 11 dormers; Internal Drainage channels - about 50 meters, downspouts with connection to inventory, concealed - 90 m; Following existing building (historic monument).
Everton's Austrian trip is becoming an annual feature, though in previous years they have been based in Obertraun, some 230km east at the foot of the Dachstein mountains.
Everton's Austrian trip is becoming an annual feature, though in previous years they have been Roberto Martinez based in Obertraun, some 230km east at the foot of the Dachstein mountains.
Even so, he has just managed to successfully complete a via ferrata climb here in the Dachstein mountains.
Top-tier rivals Everton were the last to use the state-of-the-art facilities located between Lake Hallstatt and the Dachstein mountains near Salzburg, and Rodgers said: "It's a fantastic training camp.
While the Bluebirds worked in the heat and sunshine of Portugal, County have been near the Dachstein Mountains.
But for me the undisputed gem of the region is the sleepy fishing village of Halstatt which is perched precariously on the banks of the Halstattersee in the shadow of the Dachstein mountain range.
The bus was carrying Czech citizens returning home from the Dachstein area of the Austrian Alps when it crashed on Saturday night near the town of Ceske Budejovice, 90 miles south of Prague.
Police have launched an inquiry into the accident at Dachstein Tauern.
Rescuers and doctors used snowmobiles and a helicopter to reach the teenager, who was one of seven pupils from two Edinburgh schools who needed hospital treatment after the accident in the Dachstein Mountains.