Landeck District

The Bezirk Landeck (Italian: Distretto di Landeck) is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria. It borders the district Reutte in the north, the district Imst in the east, South Tyrol (Italy) and Graubünden (Switzerland) in the south, and the district Bludenz (Vorarlberg) in the west.

Landeck District

Bezirk Landeck
CountryAustria
StateTyrol
Number of municipalities30
Area
  Total1,595 km2 (616 sq mi)
Population
 (2015)
  Total43,886
  Density28/km2 (71/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
  Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)

The area of the district is 1,595 km². The population is 43,886 (January 1, 2015), with a population density of 28 persons per km². The administrative center is Landeck.

Geography

The district comprises the uppermost part of the Inn valley and its tributary valleys Kaunertal, Stanzer Tal, and Paznaun. Mountain ranges in the district include parts of the Ötztal Alps, the Samnaun Alps, parts of the Verwall Alps and the Lechtal Alps, and the Arlberg area.

Historical population
YearPop.±%
1869 21,634    
1880 22,354+3.3%
1890 20,984−6.1%
1900 20,836−0.7%
1910 22,415+7.6%
1923 23,352+4.2%
1934 24,708+5.8%
1939 26,316+6.5%
1951 28,882+9.8%
1961 31,106+7.7%
1971 35,629+14.5%
1981 37,553+5.4%
1991 40,207+7.1%
2001 42,799+6.4%
Source: Statistik Austria

Administrative divisions

The district is divided into 30 municipalities, one of which is a town.

Towns

  1. Landeck (7,742)

Municipalities

  1. Faggen (371)
  2. Fendels (270)
  3. Fiss (978)
  4. Fließ (2,921)
  5. Flirsch (939)
  6. Galtür (826)
  7. Grins (1,386)
  8. Ischgl (1,596)
  9. Kappl (2,625)
  10. Kaunerberg (402)
  11. Kaunertal (630)
  12. Kauns (472)
  13. Ladis (533)
  14. Nauders (1,558)
  15. Pettneu am Arlberg (1,459)
  16. Pfunds (2,544)
  17. Pians (800)
  18. Prutz (1,735)
  19. Ried im Oberinntal (1,264)
  20. Sankt Anton am Arlberg (2,564)
  21. Schönwies (1,712)
  22. See (1,164)
  23. Serfaus (1,081)
  24. Spiss (134)
  25. Stanz bei Landeck (590)
  26. Strengen (1,208)
  27. Tobadill (497)
  28. Tösens (669)
  29. Zams (3,273)

(population numbers as of January 1, 2012)

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