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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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In the Silent Night museum in Hallein, where Franz Xaver Gruber long lived and worked, visitors can discover the life of the composer in a special way.
Mae gen i brofiad personol o ffilmio yn ambell un, gan gynnwys chwareli Hallein (o ble daeth ein cyndeidiau Celtaidd) yn Awstria, a bryn anhygoel y croesau yn Lithwania.
If you are into skiing, there are accessible ski slopes at Hallein, a 20-minute train ride south of the city.
The observations range from sales and investment figures to employment numbers and the amount of eco-energy feed-in: "At our production site Hallein in Tennengau, approximately 15 kilometers south of Salzburg City, we employ about 230 employees.
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.
Type 2 diabetes cases included 68 SAPHIR participants and 532 unrelated patients, recruited from the outpatient clinics of the University Hospital Salzburg and the Krankenhaus Hallein between 1999 and 2002.
[1] Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology, Paris Lodron-University, Hallein, Austria; [2] Department of Internal Medicine I, Paracelsus Medical University and Landeskliniken Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria; [3] Research Program for Receptor Biochemistry and Tumor Metabolism, Department of Pediatrics, Paracelsus Medical University and Landeskliniken Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria; [4] Department of Cell Biology, Paris Lodron-University, Salzburg, Austria; [5] Medical Office of Pediatrics and Sports Medicine, Salzburg, Austria; [6] Department of Medical Chemistry/Central Labor Diagnostics, Paracelsus Medical University and Landeskliniken Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria.
(2) Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology, Christian Doppler Laboratory "Biomechanics in Skiing", University of Salzburg, 5400 Hallein, Salzburg, Austria
Mohamed Khalifa, a therapist from Hallein (Austria) has been working for 30 years with a self-developed manual technique for treating injuries of the musculoskeletal system especially of the knee.