Bad Reichenhall


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Bad Reichenhall

(bät rī`khənhäl) or

Reichenhall,

town (1994 pop. 17,050), Bavaria, S central Germany, on the Saalach River, near the Austrian border. It is a year-round health resort. Salt has been mined there since Roman times.
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German Bundeswehr army soldiers demonstrate their skills at Kaserne Hochstaufen (mountain infantry military barracks) in Bad Reichenhall, southern Germany, March 23, 2016.
He has a private practice in Bad Reichenhall, Germany, and is prostate cancer consultant at the Urologische Klinik Castringius, Planegg, Munich.
Wyndham Hotel Group recently opened eight properties in Germany, including a Wyndham Grand in Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria, through a partnership with management firm Grand City Hotels.
A German national, Kempf studied at the Steigenberger Hotelberufsfachschule, Bad Reichenhall and the [euro][umlaut]cole HoteliE re de Lausanne, and is fluent in English and German.
The Rezidor Hotel Group announced the rebranding of the Radisson Blu Axelmannstein Resort in Bad Reichenhall, Germany.
(39) Actually the route terminated near Bad Reichenhall on the German side of the border (see Figure 4).
On January 2, the snow-covered roof of a skating rink collapsed in the German Alpine spa town of Bad Reichenhall, killing 15 people.
Earlier this month, 15 people died at an ice-skating rink in the town of Bad Reichenhall in southern Germany when a roof collapsed under the weight of fallen snow.
Officials said the search would go on, just in case anyone else still lay buried, but indicated that the focus would now switch to investigating the cause of the tragedy in Bad Reichenhall, an Alpine spa town near the Austrian border.
Two days after the roof crashed down in Bad Reichenhall in the Bavarian Alps, the toll stood at 14 - with a woman of 40 still believed buried.
Officials said the search would go on but indicated the focus would now switch to investigating the cause of the tragedy in Bad Reichenhall, a town near the Austrian border.