Hallstatt

• (a.) Alt. of Hallstattian
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Hallstatt

[China] Hallstatt in China is a housing development in the town Luoyang, Boluo County, in China. It is modelled after the Austrian city Hallstatt. The area was built by the mining company China Minmetals. The flats in the area are mostly still in construction and are for sale. The center of the area contains a replica of the church, the fou...
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Hallstatt

Archaeological site in Upper Austria, southwest of Salzburg. The salt workings date from prehistoric times. In 1846 over 3,000 graves were discovered belonging to a 9th-5th century BC Celtic...
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Hallstatt

Archaeological site in Upper Austria, southwest of Salzburg. The salt workings date from prehistoric times. In 1846 over 3,000 graves were discovered belonging to a 9th–5th century BC Celtic civilization transitional between the Bronze and Iron ages
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Hallstatt

Hallstatt (häl'shtät) , village, Upper Austria prov., W central Austria, in the Salzkammergut, on the Lake of Hallstatt. A tourist center, it is one of the oldest settlements in Austria. The term Hallstatt now refers to late Bronze and early Iron Age culture in central and western Euro...
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Hallstatt

site in the Upper Austrian Salzkammergut region where objects characteristic of the late Bronze Age and early Iron Age (from c. 1100 ) were first ... [4 related articles]
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