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Definition of Salzburg

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Salz·burg  audio  (sôlzbûrg, sälz-, zältsbrk) KEY 

A city of west-central Austria near the German border southwest of Linz. Originally a Celtic settlement and later a Roman colony, it was long the residence of powerful archbishops. W.A. Mozart was born here in 1756, and the city now hosts an annual music festival in his honor. Population: 145,000.

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