Inzing

Inzing is a town in the Austrian Federal State Tyrol.

Inzing

Coat of arms
Inzing
Location within Austria
Coordinates: 47°16′20″N 11°12′00″E
CountryAustria
StateTyrol
DistrictInnsbruck Land
Government
  MayorJosef Walch (Aktives Inzing)
Area
  Total19.37 km2 (7.48 sq mi)
Elevation
616 m (2,021 ft)
Population
 (2018-01-01)[2]
  Total3,847
  Density200/km2 (510/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
6401
Area code05238
Vehicle registrationIL
Websitewww.inzing.tirol.gv.at

Geography

Contition

Inzing is located in the Inntal between Innsbruck in east and Telfs in west. It lies on the southern bank of the Inn River. In the south of the town you see the Rangger Köpfl, in the north the Zirler Berg.

Neighbour municipalities

Flaurling, Gries im Sellrain, Hatting, Oberperfuss, Pettnau, Ranggen, Sankt Sigmund im Sellrain, Sellrain, Zirl.

History

The first time inzing was mentioned in a document was 1034. The district Hatting was attached 1974 to Inzing and 1993 as an own commune reconstituted.

Population

Historical population
YearPop.±%
1869990    
1880864−12.7%
1890914+5.8%
1900905−1.0%
1910919+1.5%
1923986+7.3%
19341,224+24.1%
19391,307+6.8%
19511,521+16.4%
19611,723+13.3%
19712,201+27.7%
19812,717+23.4%
19913,184+17.2%
20013,184+0.0%
20113,502+10.0%

Economy

The industrial district, which is located at the east of the village, includes timber processing.

Personalities

  • Vinzenz Gasser (1809 - 1879), prince-bishop of Brixen from 1856 to 1879
  • Edmund Klotz (1855 - 1929), sculptor
  • Jörg Kölderer (1465/70 - Juli 1540), court painter to Emperor Maximilian I.
  • Josef Schretter (1856-1909), painter

References

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