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Luftkurort, literally meaning 'air spa', is a title given to towns or cities in Germany which are health resorts which have a climate and air quality which is considered beneficial to health and recovery.[1][2] Tests are repeated on a regular basis to ensure that standards of air quality are maintained. A municipality with this classification can charge a health resort tax for all guests who spend the night there.

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