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Hall is a town in the Austrian province of Tirol. Located at an elevation of 574 m above sea level, it is home to 13.587 people and covers an area of 5.54 km². Hall lies in the Inn Valley about 10 km east of the provincial capital, Innsbruck. This medieval town is considered one of the most beautiful Tirolean towns and has one of the best preserved old towns in Austria. Salt production made Hall the most important commercial centre of medieval Tirol. The city arms still point to the importance of salt – two lions holding a salt shaker.
The average annual temperature is around 9.7°C, the yearly precipitation is 912.1mm. Hall sees the most rain in August with 134.7mm, while December is the driest month with 35.1mm. July is the hottest month, January the coldest.
Hall is always worth a visit! The Old Town bristles with sights, historic buildings, chic boutiques and other leisure facilities, charmingly combining modern and historical elements. Thousands of tourists from all over the world are attracted by Hasegg Castle, the Mint Tower and the Mint Museum every year. The Hall Christmas Market is also very popular.
The Middle Ages can be relived and experienced at “Richterkuchl” restaurant, offering food and drink the way the knights did. Numerous events and markets, such as the Radish Festival in April, the Mountain Farmer Festival in autumn or the Tirol Easter Festival, give Hall a unique flair.
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