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Hallein

(häl`īn), town (1991 pop. 17,271), in Salzburg prov., W Austria, on the Salzach River, near the former West German border. It is a spa and has a noted marble industry. Manufactures include shoes, cosmetics, and tobacco products. An ancient Celtic settlement, Hallein was first mentioned in the 13th cent. There is a noted pilgrimage church (1594–1612) there.
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The unglued wood fibres (Picea Abies) for the dry process where provided by MDF Hallein GmbH with a moisture content of 8 [+ or -] 1%.
Just outside the city limits, tourists should discover the quirky performances such as the miners' sword dance known as Schwerttanz in the town of Hallein, or the ceremonial pole-carrying event, Prangstangen.
He added: "I feel at home here, maybe because the area is linked to the origins of the Celts - just up the road is the town of Hallein with its salt spas and mines (Halen is the Welsh word for salt).
Restricting the list to those with a wide regional coverage and accompanying publications, the first chariot off the rank was Early Celtic art organised by Stuart Piggott for the Edinburgh Festival in 1970 and shown later that year in London, followed in 1980 by Die Kehen in Mitteleuropa of which Ludwig Pauli was the guiding light; presented in Hallein with the expanding treasures flora the Durrnberg at its core, it was followed by KEATOI in Ljubljana in 1983.
Turkey is planning to import livestock from Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Finland (excluding Northem Ostrobothnia region), Sweden (excluding Vastmanland region), Greece (excluding Kilkis, Pella, Thessaloniki, Serres and Voreio regions), Austria (excluding Scharding, Bregenz, Hallein, Gmund, Salzburg-Umgebung, Perg, Lienz, St.
JON DALY blasted Polish tough guys Arka Gdynia last night after Dundee United's bad-tempered pre-season "friendly" in Hallein.
While it was Mozart's music that drew Wynne to Salzburg, the educator in him was fascinated by the history of the Celts in Austria and his contribution to establishing lively Welsh connections with the major exhibition held in Hallein was recognised when he was given the Freedom of the City of Salzburg in 1980.
Peter's Abbey Church and the Kollegien-kirche are also used for music events, while drama is presented in the open-air Domplatz, the Landestheater, Leopoldskron Castle and Perner Island in neighboring Hallein.
M-real ceased coated fine paper production at Hallein and Gohrsmuhle at the end of April 2009.
While an goal is good for a forward's confidence head of the new campaign, Mellor knows that a hat-trick in an 11-0 win over Austrians FC Erdal Hallein 04 followed by strikes against Chorley and Morecambe hardly gives him a realistic feel the challenges of the new Championship season.
Five other British tourists were killed when a tour bus plunged off a mountain road close to the town of Hallein, near Salzburg, and tumbled 60 yards down a slope.
A SIXTH Briton has died in hospital from injuries sustained in a coach crash close to the town of Hallein, near Salzburg, Austria earlier this month, it emerged yesterday.