Tuntenhausen

Tuntenhausen is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany.

Tuntenhausen
Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

Coat of arms
Location of Tuntenhausen within Rosenheim district
Tuntenhausen
Tuntenhausen
Coordinates: 47°56′N 12°01′E
CountryGermany
StateBavaria
Admin. regionOberbayern
DistrictRosenheim
Government
  MayorGeorg Weigl (CSU)
Area
  Total68.98 km2 (26.63 sq mi)
Elevation
508 m (1,667 ft)
Population
 (2018-12-31)[1]
  Total7,150
  Density100/km2 (270/sq mi)
Time zoneCET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes
83104
Dialling codes08067, 08065 (Schönau)
Vehicle registrationRO
Websitewww.tuntenhausen.de

There are 57 official districts of Tuntenhausen, namely Tuntenhausen itself, Antersberg, Aubenhausen, Bach, Berg, Beyharting, Biberg, Bichl (this Bichl is an Einöde), Bichl (this Bichl is a Weiler (hamlet)), Bolkam, Brettschleipfen, Dettendorf, Eggarten, Eisenbartling, Emling, Fischbach, Fuchsholz, Großrain, Guperding, Haus, Höglhaus, Hohenthann, Holzbichl, Hopfen, Hörmating, Innerthann, Jakobsberg, Karlsried, Knogl, Kronbichl, Lampferding, Mailling, Maxlrain, Moosmühle, Mühlholz, Neureith, Nordhof, Oberrain, Oed, Ostermünchen, Pangraz, Schlafthal, Schmidhausen, Schönau, Schwaig, Schweizerberg, Schweizerting, Seisrain, Sindlhausen, Söhl, Stetten (this Stetten is a Dorf (village)), Stetten (this Stetten is an Einöde), Thal, Unterrain, Voglried, Weiching, Weng.[2]

Ostermünchen is a station of the Munich–Rosenheim railway and served about once per hour by local trains.[3]

The town is known best for its church, a destination for Roman Catholic pilgrims in Bavaria.

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