Basel-Land

Basel-Land

and

Basel-Stadt:

see BaselBasel
or Basle
, Fr. Bâle, canton, N Switzerland, bordering on France and Germany. It is bounded in the N by the Rhine River (which becomes navigable in the canton) and in the S by the Jura Mts.
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, Switzerland.
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Invitation to tender : Basellandschaftliche building insurance, or the fire service inspectorate Basel-Land intends to procure two new aerial appliances "HRF".
The Lackerli Huus factory in Munchenstein, Canton Basel-Land, is easy to find when you know how--and if you don't, "simply follow the smell of the Lackerli," advises a local post lady.
Production in MOnchenstein and Gelterkinden, Canton Basel-Land
In the Swiss-German Basel region (composed of the two half-cantons Basel-Land and Basel-Stadt), a Basel dialect is spoken and standard German is used for written communication.
To cope with these changes, Basel-Land introduced a new curriculum framework (Erziehungsrat des Kantons Basel-Landschaft, 1998).
The medical Basel is the official rescue service of the whole canton of Basel-Stadt and the adjacent municipalities of the canton of Basel-Land.
For those working in northeast Switzerland, there may be an answer: in comparison with other cities such as Zurich or Geneva, real estate prices in Basel are still relatively low and it's possible to save yet more by living in Basel-Land and working in the city.
In the cantons of rgau (AG), Basel-Land (BL), Basel (BS) and Solothurn (SO) This project includes the supply, installation and commissioning of the necessary computer science hardware with the operating systems Windows and Linux for the super-ordered Video Management System (UeVM) and consists of 2 UeVM Server, 8 image storage server, 1 web server, 121 computer software decoder , 32 computers for use, 12 Electrical equipment cabinet, 36 screens and keyboards, and 4 KVM switch.
For example, owners in Basel-Stadt and Basel-Land, require a license for owners of certain 'dangerous breeds'.
Werner Schaublin, a gardener in Basel-Land and the president of the Swiss Family-Gardener Association, points Out that many of Switzerland's 26,800 family gardeners have had their plots for decades, and over the years they grow close to their neighbors.
In Biel gardening land has been lost to highway construction, and in Basel-Land the legal battle to keep a group of gardens safe went as far as the Swiss Supreme Court-and was won.