Gallspach, Upper Austria, market town in the district of Grieskirchen, alt. 368 m, pop. 2,462 (1981: pop. 2,014), area 6.18 km2, climatic health resort in the northeastern foothills of the Hausruck mountains, south of Grieskirchen. - Department for electro-physical therapy (Institut Zeileis, since 1912, physical radiotherapy and acupuncture), administrative offices of the health institutions, tourism (124,638 overnight stays); Berufsfoerderungsinstitut (BFI, Vocational Training Institute); production of measuring devices and electronic control units. - Gothic parish church largely renovated in the 19th century; castle (first documented mention around 1120), construction of the present four-sided version around 1600.
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