Arlesheim

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Arlesheim is a town and a municipality in the district of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.wikipedia
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Arlesheim District

Arlesheim
Arlesheim is a town and a municipality in the district of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.
Its capital is the town of Arlesheim.

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Arlesheim is a town and a municipality in the district of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.

Birseck Castle

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Birseck–Ermitage was discovered in 1910 by Fritz Sartorius-Preiswerk, and Hollenberg3 was discovered in 1950 by Martin Herkert. The Andlauerhof, the Domherrenhaus at Domstrasse 2, the Domherrenhäuser am Domplatz, the Cathedral Church, the Hermitage site which includes the ruins of Birseck Castle, as well as paleolithic cave dwellings, an early cult site and Neolithic graves and Reichenstein Castle are listed as Swiss heritage site of national significance.
Birseck Castle (Burg Birseck) is located in the municipality of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country.

Canton of Basel-Landschaft

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Arlesheim is a town and a municipality in the district of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.

Lionel Rogg

It has been used in several recordings, including Lionel Rogg's recording of the complete organ works of J. S. Bach, for Harmonia Mundi France in 1970.
Rogg also recorded the complete Bach organ works for Harmonia Mundi, first released in 1970 and re-released on CD in 1992 and 2000, on the Silbermann organ in Arlesheim.

Arlesheim Cathedral

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The Andlauerhof, the Domherrenhaus at Domstrasse 2, the Domherrenhäuser am Domplatz, the Cathedral Church, the Hermitage site which includes the ruins of Birseck Castle, as well as paleolithic cave dwellings, an early cult site and Neolithic graves and Reichenstein Castle are listed as Swiss heritage site of national significance.
Arlesheim Cathedral (Arlesheimer Dom) is a Roman Catholic church, which now serves as the main church of Arlesheim.

Anthroposophic medicine

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These two train lines gave further impetus to the industrial and service sectors including the Alioth electric equipment supply company in 1892, the anthroposophist Ita Wegman Clinic in 1921, and the Weleda remedies company.
In 1921, Ita Wegman opened the first anthroposophic medical clinic, now known as the Klinik Arlesheim, in Arlesheim, Switzerland.

Reichenstein Castle (Arlesheim)

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The Andlauerhof, the Domherrenhaus at Domstrasse 2, the Domherrenhäuser am Domplatz, the Cathedral Church, the Hermitage site which includes the ruins of Birseck Castle, as well as paleolithic cave dwellings, an early cult site and Neolithic graves and Reichenstein Castle are listed as Swiss heritage site of national significance.
Reichenstein Castle (Burg Reichenstein) is a castle in the municipality of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Land in Switzerland.

Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites

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The entire village of Arlesheim is part of the Inventory of Swiss Heritage Sites.

Ita Wegman

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These two train lines gave further impetus to the industrial and service sectors including the Alioth electric equipment supply company in 1892, the anthroposophist Ita Wegman Clinic in 1921, and the Weleda remedies company.
In 1920 she purchased land in Arlesheim, where she opened her own clinic, the Klinisch-Therapeutisches Institut, or Clinical-Therapeutic Institute, the next year.

Johann Baptist Stuntz

Johann Baptist Stuntz (1753, in Arlesheim – 1836, in Munich) was a Swiss-German landscape painter and lithographer.

Wilhelm Pelikan

Wilhelm Pelikan (Born in Pola (Istria) on 3 December 1893—died in Arlesheim on 17 November 1981) was a chemist, anthroposophist, pharmacist, gardener and anthroposophical medicine practitioner.

Weleda

These two train lines gave further impetus to the industrial and service sectors including the Alioth electric equipment supply company in 1892, the anthroposophist Ita Wegman Clinic in 1921, and the Weleda remedies company.
In 1920 Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian philosopher, and Ita Wegman, a Dutch gynecologist founded "Futurum AG", in Arlesheim, Switzerland, and "Der Kommende Tag AG" (an incorporated company with the mission of encouraging economic and spiritual values) in Stuttgart, Germany.

Reinach, Basel-Landschaft

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At the beginning of the 17thcentury the parish of Arlesheim was briefly united briefly with the parish of Reinach (in Basel-Country) into a single parish.

Adolf Grabowsky

Adolf Grabowsky (August 31, 1880, in Berlin – August 23, 1969, in Arlesheim, Switzerland) was a German political scientist and author of several books about geopolitics and political theory, including "Democracy and Dictatorship" (1949).

Barbara Berlusconi

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Barbara Berlusconi was born in Arlesheim, Basel-Landschaft canton, Switzerland in the summer of 1984, and is the daughter of Silvio Berlusconi and Veronica Lario (who became his second wife, in 1990).

Münchenstein

Further bordering municipalities are Muttenz, Arlesheim and Reinach.

Andreas Heusler

He moved back to Switzerland in 1920 and lived in Arlesheim near Basel, where a place was made for him at Basel University, where he worked until he reached the age limit in 1936.

Max Jordan

Since 1931 he was domiciled in Arlesheim, Canton of Basel-Landschaft.

Municipalities of Switzerland

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Arlesheim is a town and a municipality in the district of Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.