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TragoS

TragoS is a former municipality in the district of Bruck-Murzzuschlag in Styria, Austria. Since the 2015 Styria municipal structural reform, it is part of the municipality TragoS-Sankt Katharein. It is home to Gruner See Green Lake, which dries o ...

Trofaiach

Trofaiach is a municipality in the Leoben district of the state of Styria in Austria, the site of a post World War II British sector displaced persons camp.

Anras

The settlement is situated in the East Tyrolean part of the Puster Valley, stretching along the upper Drava river between the Villgraten Mountains Defereggen in the north to the foothills of the Lienz Dolomites, the westernmost peaks of the Gailt ...

Aurach bei Kitzbuhel

Aurach bei Kitzbuhel is a municipality in Kitzbuhel District in the Kitzbuhel Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Aurauch is located 5 km south of district town of Kitzbuhel on the river known as the Kitzbuhler Ache and the road to Thurn Pass. T ...

Bach, Austria

Bach is a municipality with 612 inhabitants in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Bach belongs to the court district Reutte.

Baggersee Innsbruck

Baggersee Innsbruck is located in the south-eastern part of Innsbruck at the Inn River and belongs to the city district Amras. With an area size of 2.8 ha it is the second largest lake in the city area. Only the Lake Lans surpasses it by size and ...

Berneck Castle

Berneck Castle is located near Kauns, on the opposite side of the Inn valley from Laudegg Castle, and in the Kaunertal valley. The castle sits on top of a large rock close to the river Faggenbach.

Berwang

Berwang is a municipality with 564 inhabitants in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The districts are Brand, Bichlbachle, Groben, Kleinstockach, Mitteregg, Rinnen, Tal. The municipality is located in the district court Reutte ...

Biberwier

Biberwier is a municipality with 612 inhabitants in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The municipality is located in the district court Reutte.

Bichlbach

Bichlbach lies at an elevation of 1.079 m AA in the Zwischentoren, the valley that links the Ehrwald Basin with the Lech valley. Over the municipal territory runs the watershed between the Lech and Loisach. The municipality consists of three vill ...

Brandenberg

Brandenberg is a municipality in the Austrian state of Tyrol in the district Kufstein. It consists of the Brandenberg village and the Aschau locality. Brandenberg was first mentioned in 1140, and became an independent municipality in the beginnin ...

Breitenbach am Inn

Breitenbach am Inn is a municipality in the Kufstein district in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 5.5 km west of Worgl and 19 km southwest of Kufstein. The village has five parts and received new parts and house numbers in 2006. It was founded ...

Breitenwang

Breitenwang has only two neighboring communities: Heiterwang in the south and Reutte in the west, north and east.

Brennersee

The lake Brennersee is a lake in Tyrol, Austria that lies approximately 1.15 km north of the Brenner Pass, 1.310 metres above sea level. With an area of approximately 19 ha, it is the biggest lake in the Wipptal. The lake can be explored by motor ...

Brixlegg

Brixlegg is a market town in the Kufstein district in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The town lies in the Lower Inn Valley and at the entrance of the Alpbachtal.

Durchholzen

The lowest point in the parish is Durchholzen Schmiedtal at 650 m, the highest is the Pyramidenspitze mountain at 1.999 m above sea level AA The street names in the village are Durchholzen, Hochberg, Kaiserweg, Liesfeld, Lindenweg, Moosen und Son ...

Ebbs

Ebbs is a municipality in the Kufstein district, Tyrol. The village is located in the Judicial district of Kufstein and in 2016 had a population of 5.480.

Ehenbichl

Ehenbichl is located on the Fernradweg, which runs as Via Claudia Augusta along an ancient Roman road of the same name.

Ellmau

Ellmau is a municipality in the district of Kufstein in the Austrian region of Solllandl. It lies 12 km southeast of Kufstein and 9 km west of Sankt Johann in Tirol. It is located at an elevation of 820 m above sea level. It was mentioned for the ...

Ellmauer Tor

The Ellmauer Tor is a 2.000-metre high rock saddle in the middle of the Kaisergebirge in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is the deepest saddle on the main ridge of the Wilder Kaiser between the Ostkaiser s Ackerlspitze in the East Kaiser and the ...

Erl

Erl is a municipality of 1.400 inhabitants in the Kufstein district in western Austria. It lies 15 km north of the administrative town of Kufstein in the northern part of the Tyrol, at the border with Bavaria, Germany. Settlement began in the thi ...

Fieberbrunn

Fieberbrunn is a market town in the Austrian state of Tyrol in the Kitzbuhel district. It is located at 47°28′N 12°33′E, in the Kitzbuhel Alps. Fieberbrunn is the most populous municipality in the Pillerseetal valley. According to a legend, the f ...

Fulpmes

Fulpmes is a market town and a municipality in Stubaital, Tyrol, Austria. In 2015 it had a population of 4.250, of whom 14.5% did not have Austrian nationality. Fulpmes is the center of iron production in the area, and lies at the base of the Sch ...

Galtur

Galtur is a village and ski resort in the upper Paznaun valley in Austrian state of Tyrol located in the Central Eastern Alps 35 km southwest of Landeck near the border of Vorarlberg and Switzerland.

Gramais

Gramais is a municipality of 41 inhabitants in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The municipality is located in the district court Reutte. It is the smallest municipality in Austria.

Grand Pond

The Grand Pond, also called Castle Park Pond, is located in the park east of the main entrance of Castle Ambras in the city area of Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. The lake was established by the Habsburgs for rare water birds. The Pond is provided by ...

Grins

Grins is a municipality in the Landeck district in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 3.7 km west of Landeck and 18 km east of Sankt Anton am Arlberg. The village has 10 subdivisions. Settlement of the area already began 2000 years ago because o ...

Gschnitz

Gschnitz is at the end of the valley of the same name that branches off from the Wipptal at Steinach am Brenner. The municipality borders are from the Talschluss 3.277 m, 10.751 ft to the South Tyrol. The Gschnitz Brook provides the village with ...

Haselgehr

Haselgehr is a municipality with 686 inhabitants in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The municipality is located in the district court Reutte. Since 2010, the community is a member of the Climate Alliance Tyrol.

Hermannskarsee

The Hermannskarsee is located at a height of 2.216 m in the Hermannskar, a rocky cirque, known locally as a kar, in the Hornbach chain. The kar and lake are surrounded by mountains: the GroSer Krottenkopf mountain to the southwest, the Hornbachsp ...

Herzsee (Tyrol)

The Herzsee is a lake near the village center of Aldrans in the Tyrol region of Austria, and serves mainly for fish breeding. Formerly the Lake was opened to the public for swimming. The lake is covered in a wooded environment on a round travel r ...

HinterriS

HinterriS is a Tyrolean village in Schwaz District, Austria, located at the RiSbach river at a height of 928 metres. Legally, HinterriS is split up between the municipalities of Vomp and Eben am Achensee. According to the latest census, HinterriS ...

Hintersteiner See

Hintersteiner See is a mountain lake in the Wilder Kaiser Austrian national park and belongs to the administrative region of Scheffau in the Austrian federal state of Tirol. The 56 hectares 140 acres, 36-metre-deep 118 ft lake was created during ...

Holzgau

The main village of the municipality is situated in the valley Lechtal on the fan of the Hohenbach. The village was first mentioned in 1315 as Holzge, later as Holzgaw. In 1401 it became an autonomous parish. The village is mainly known for its h ...

Hopfgarten im Brixental

Hopfgarten im Brixental is a market town in the Austrian state of Tyrol in the Kitzbuhel district. It is located at an elevation of 622 m above sea level. With an area of 166.57 km² it is the largest municipality in the district, and among the la ...

Itter

Itter is a municipality in the Kitzbuhel District in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 18.60 km west of Kitzbuhel, 5 km southeast of Worgl, and 2.5 km north of Hopfgarten im Brixental. The village lies on a terrace above the Brixental valley an ...

Kaiserbach Valley

The Kaiserbach Valley is a mountain valley in the Austrian province of Tyrol in the district of Kitzbuhel. The Kaiserbach Valley runs from Griesenau to Stripsenjoch; it therefore lies in the eastern part of the Kaiser Mountains. To the north, it ...

Kartitsch

Kartitsch lies on both sides of the Gail River, near its confluence with the Puster Valley. The municipal area of Kartitsch is bounded in the north of the western foothills of the Lienzer Dolomites and to the south of the Carnic Alps, which conta ...

Kaunertal

The Kaunertal is a municipality and alpine valley in the Landeck district in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The municipality is located about 15 km southeast of Landeck at the upper course of the Inn river. The Kaunertal valley is 28 km 17 mi in le ...

Kirchdorf in Tirol

Kirchdorf in Tirol is a municipality in the Kitzbuhel district in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 12.2 km north of Kitzbuhel as well as 3 km north of Sankt Johann in Tirol at the Kitzbuhler Ache. The area is the second-largest in size in the ...

Kossen

Kossen is a municipality in the Kitzbuhel district in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 24 km north of Kitzbuhel as well as 15.50 km north of Sankt Johann in Tirol at the Kitzbuhler Ache near the border to Germany.

Kufstein District

The Bezirk Kufstein is an administrative district in Tyrol, Austria. It borders Bavaria in the north, the Kitzbuhel district in the southeast, and the Schwaz district in the southwest. The district has a geographical area of 969.81 km², and a pop ...

Kundl

Kundl is situated 7.70 km West of Worgl as well as 18.30 km Southwest of Kufstein at the Southern side of the Inn River and is made up of 4 parts, namely Kundl, Liesfeld in the North, Saulueg in the South and St. Leonhard in the West.

Lake Moels

Lake Moels is a lake of Tyrol, Austria. It can be found at the upper part of the Wattental valley at a height of 2.240 metres. With an area of 3.46 ha 8.5 acres, it is one larger lakes in the area. The lake can be reached by following the road Wa ...

Lanser Moor

The Fen of Lans also: Lanser Moor or Water Lily Pond is located north above Lake Lans on an altitude of 582 metres in the Paschberg forest. With an area size of 8000 m² the Lake is much smaller than its larger brother is with a depth of 3 metres. ...

Lavant, Tyrol

After the fifth century, Lavant replaced the ancient Roman settlement of Aguntum. In 1948, archaeological ruins from the late Roman and early Christian period were discovered on the Kirchbichl mountain. These discoveries included the remains of a ...

Lengberg Castle

Lengberg Castle is a medieval castle in Nikolsdorf, East Tyrol, Austria, about 13 kilometres east of Lienz. The castle was built by the earls of Lechsgemunde beginning in the late 12th century, and came under the control of the Archbishop of Salz ...

Lermoos

Lermoos is a municipality in the district of Reutte in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It consists of two subdivisions: Unterdorf and Oberdorf. Lermoos is most popular for its skiing and snowboarding in the winter and is very popular resort in the Z ...

Lichtsee

Lichtsee is a lake in Tyrol, Austria. It lies northern above the village Obernberg am Brenner on 2.100 metres above sea level. He can only be reached on foot from the village. With an area size of 3.93 ha it is one of the bigger lakes at such a h ...

Mariastein, Tyrol

Mariastein is the smallest municipality in the Kufstein district in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 4 kilometers north of Worgl and 11.5 kilometers southwest of Kufstein. Already a fifteenth century pilgrimage destination, it became more so a ...