Rathaus Lannach
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Rathaus Lannach

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Town Hall of Lannach with christmas lights.

Lannach has become more and more popular by big industries, for example Lannacher Heilmittel (Pharmacy), OMV (Oil), Magna Steyr (produces components for several car brands), Internorm (Windows, Doors...).

The reasons are beside the railway and the highway in the nearness, the assistance through the community.

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J: Stainz Grazer Strasse

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Text by Steve Smith.

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