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KlgftKlagenfurt (Austrian city)
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It is owned by the State of Carinthia and the city of Klagenfurt and between 2000 and 2015 its traffic has been fluctuating between 200,000 and 500,000 passengers per year.
In the Klagenfurt Department, his work laid the foundations of Applied Linguistics, which to this day continues to be a characteristic feature of this institution.
Next stop was the Strandhotel Sille, again on Worthersee, before hopping on to a ferry to arrive in the beautiful Renaissance city of Klagenfurt, the capital of Carinthia.
The deal is for architectural, technical consultancy, planning and integrated engineering services for realisation of construction phase BA01 of the Lakeside Science and Technology Park in Klagenfurt.
EKG, which is headquartered in Klagenfurt, engages in the distribution of electricity, gas and heat in Austria.
With crippling morning temperatures (around the 35EeAc mark ) at the race venue in Klagenfurt, Al Sultan ignored the stifling heat to stay among the top three positions through the crucial opening swim and cycle stages, before a herculean effort on the closing marathon leg wrapped up the win.
The executive will also further investigate capital injections by the Austrian Land of Carinthia and the city of Klagenfurt in the Klagenfurt regional airport, along with discount schemes agreed with Ryanair, TUIfly and Air Berlin.
The Klagenfurt's court's decision still has no legal force.
Joerg Haider, a prominent Austrian far rght politician, has died in a road accident, state media has reported.Haider was driving his car on Saturday in the south of Klagenfurt, when it veered off the road for unknown reasons.
The majority of those arrests came in Klagenfurt and were mostly of German citizens, although Platter added that Austrians were also among those arrested, largely for minor offences.
Darijo Srna and Ivica Olic put Croatia 2-0 up in Klagenfurt and although Lukas Podolski pulled a goal back late on for Germany with his third strike in two games, it was not enough to save one of the pre-tournament favourites from defeat.