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The Barmsteine are two rock towers, 841 and 851 metres above sea level, in the northernmost part of the Hasel Mountains in the Bavarian Alps. They rise above the Austrian town of Hallein, and lie on the border between Salzburger Land in Austria and Berchtesgadener Land in Germany.

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www.flickr.com/explore/2021/01/07

Dürrnberg, also named Bad Dürrnberg, is an Austrian village part of the municipality of Hallein, in Hallein District (Tennengau), Salzburg State. It is the location of the Hallein Salt Mine.

The village is located on a hillside upon Salzach river and under the Obersalzberg mountain range. It lies close to Austrian borders with Bavaria, Germany and nearest German village is Oberau, few km after the frontier. Dürrnberg is 4 km far from Hallein, 20 from Salzburg and 12 from the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden.

The Hallein Salt Mine, also known as Salzbergwerk Dürrnberg, is an underground salt mine located in the middle of the village. Opened for visitors in 1994, it hosts a museum and is receptive for tourism, as the other Austrian underground salt mines in Hallstatt and Altaussee.

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This road connects two parts of a small town Oberalm in Federal Republic of Salzburg in Austria that are divided by an Autobahn. Yeah behind this frozen forest is The Tauern Highway.
In Oberalm there are mayor green areas and park on the left is one of them, right at the border with the next town Puch bei Hallein.

Tags:   Oberalm Puch Hallein Tennengau Salzburg frozen Forest road Autobahn


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