Ischl

Ischl:

see Bad IschlBad Ischl
or Ischl,
city (1991 pop. 13,887), in Upper Austria prov., W Austria, in the center of the Salzkammergut. It is a famous spa. After 1822 it was the summer residence of the Austrian imperial family.
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, Austria.
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Supply of road salt for National Roads B and L in Upper Austria - Street West District (road maintenance Bad Ischl, Gmunden, Mondsee, Seewalchen and women) from the 01.
PROFILE IN the late 19th century the great European spa towns of Bad Homburg, Baden or Bad Ischl were social centres for the rich and famous.
There was Andreas Roller with whom he worked on apprenticeship from Hohere Bundeslehranstalt fur Tourismus in the spa town of Bad Ischl.
Our Austrian lakes walking tour began in the spa town of Bad Ischl.
Other highlights include Mondsee, guided tours of Salzburg, the Imperial Villa in Bad Ischl and the infamous Eagle's Nest.
Other highlights include Mondsee, one of the region's many unspoilt lakes, guided tours of Salzburg, the Imperial Villa in Bad Ischl and the infamous Eagle's Nest.
The plot's depiction of "gypsies" as a methodical group of fortunetellers and thieves would be hard to produce at a theater today (though the work was recently revived at the Lehar Festival in Bad Ischl, Austria), and the plot tends towards convolution (particularly compressed into such a short running time), but the performers are engaging and the outdoor settings less obviously dated than the other productions.
The doctor was in his hometown of Bad Ischl, Austria, yesterday.
Leonhard, Bad Ischl and Mondsee make nice destinations and also offer their own unique markets.
Other highlights in the area include the riviera-style port of Gmunden, and the picturesque imperial town of Bad Ischl, which is where Emperor Franz Josef I would reside for most of the year in his secluded Kaiservilla.
At 15, she left home to attend the Higher Federal Learning Institute for Tourism Industry Professions in Bad Ischl, now known as the Higher Learning Institute for Tourism, about a 90-minute drive away.
1] Department of Laboratory Medicine, Konventhospital Barmherzige Brueder, Linz, Austria; [2] Department of Internal Medicine, Krankenhaus Bad Ischl, Austria; [3] Institute for Applied System Sciences and Statistics, University of Linz, Austria; [4] Department of Cardiology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; [5] Paracelsus Private Medical University, Salzburg, Austria; * address correspondence to this author at: Department of Laboratory Medicine, Konventhospital Barmherzige Brueder, Seilerstaette 2-4, A-4020 Linz, Austria.