The district-free city of Halle (Saale) is located in Germany in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. The central European city has about 239,300 inhabitants.
The latitude and longitude given above refers to the Red Tower, as it is a prominent point in the city center, at least in the sense that it represents the center of the city.
In addition to the central location of the city in central Germany, excellent transport connections speak for themselves and all over the world:
Leipzig/Halle Airport, the A 9, A 14, A 38 and A 143 motorways as well as the extensive water and rail network can be reached within a short distance.
Central Germany, State: Saxony-Anhalt
North latitude 51° 28′ 0″East longitude 11° 58′ 0″
Height above normal zero (ü. NN): 87 m
highest elevation: Großer Galgenberg 136 m above sea level
lowest point: on the banks of the Forstwerder, a hall island near Halle-Trotha 71 m above sea level
the Saale and the Weiße Elster rivers flow through Halle to the south (tributary of the Saale)
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