Landsberg am Lech


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Landsberg am Lech

(länts`bĕrk äm lĕkh) or

Landsberg,

town (1994 pop. 23,810), Bavaria, SW Germany, on the Lech River. Textiles, metal goods, and paper are manufactured. Its fortress served as a political prison; Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf while imprisoned there in 1923–24, and numerous convicted Nazi war criminals were held there after 1945.
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in the district of landsberg am lech mobile heat storage are to absorb otherwise unused waste heat, store it and then transported to the place of consumption.
In the landsberg am lech district, mobile heat storage systems are designed to store unused waste heat from biogas plants, store it and then transport it to the place of consumption.

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